The accused, Ajay Yadav, had supposedly tricked a few businessmen likewise and was slipping away since 2015
A film maker was on Monday captured from Uttar Pradesh's Mathura for supposedly duping a Delhi businessman to the tune of Rs 32 Lakhs on the pretext of getting him a credit of Rs 65 crores.
As per the police, the accused, Ajay Yadav, had supposedly tricked a few businessmen likewise and was slipping away since 2015.
Yadav, has been arrested by the Special Cell of Delhi Police and Kandivali Unit of Mumbai Crime Branch has tricked a few businessmen on the pretext of getting them authorized credits of Crores of rupees on modest rates, said the police.
The police expressed that Yadav is the Director of M/s. Peaceful Pvt. Ltd. also, maker of six Bollywood films specifically Overtime, Bhadash, Love Fir Kabhi, Ran-Banka, Suspense and Shakshi.
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