In an FIR registered by the victim, she has alleged that the accused has also demanded the make-up charged of Rs 15,000 for a short film, shot in June 2017.
Police nabbed a Bhojpuri film director for releasing an edited bathroom scene in his film, which went viral on social media.
Yes, as per reports, a 28-yr-old actress informed police that she has been requesting the accused, Upendra kumar Verma to delete the links of the scene which had been uploaded on three porn sites, but he refused to do so. In an FIR registered by the victim, she has alleged that the accused has also demanded the make-up charged of Rs 15,000 for a short film, shot in June 2017.
According to sources, the victim stated, "The film was shot in three days at Verma's Mhada office in Andheri (West) last year. While a bath scene was being shot, my towel came undone, which Verma shot. He cleared my payment and, while leaving his office, I requested him to delete that particular scene, which he assured he would. A few days later, I learnt from friends and relatives about the unedited bath scene being uploaded on YouTube. It was later picked up by three porn sites."
While the accused has been arrested. A police official said,
"The film was shot using Verma's mobile. We have seized his mobile and laptop. He has been in hiding since the case was registered in January. He used to change his mobile number every month which made it difficult to trace him.”
Meanwhile, the accused director Verma is said to be in police custody till April 5.
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