Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor who is currently roaring high on the success of his recently released film ‘Sanju’ has recently been sued by his Pune tenant for over Rs 50 lakh.
According to reports of Mumbai Mirror, Ranbir had rented out his Trump Towers apartment in Kalyani Nagar, Pune back in October 2016 to Sheetal Suryawanshi. Now, Suryawanshi has sought damages and interest from Ranbir for being asked to vacate the apartment before the lock-in period as mentioned in the rental agreement, informs the tabloid.
According to the discussion between Suryawanshi and Ranbir, the license fee to be paid was Rs 4 lakh per month for the first 12 months and Rs 4.20 lakh for the next 12 months.
The Mumbai Mirror report suggests that the rental agreement apparently had a 24-months lock-in period. Suryawanshi has claimed that she was falsely informed that Ranbir wants to move in to the premises and hence she’s required to vacate the flat, which was in contravention of the terms of the agreement. Suryawanshi has further alleged Ranbir of “maliciously” deceiving her to vacate the premises, despite the 24 month -lock-in period.
Well, Ranbir denied these allegations. In his reply, the actor stated that Suryavanshi vacated the flat on her own free will and that she defaulted on rent for 3 months before leaving which has been deducted from the deposit.
The case has been scheduled for August 28.