20-year-old Kevat hails from Madhya Pradesh and came to Mumbai recently. Kevat claimed that he is a "fan" of the superstar and thus entered into his house with the intention of getting a glimpse of Big B.
However, police recovered Rs 8,000 from Kevat and it is believed that the accused stole the money from the drawer of a desk inside the bedroom of the actor.
Meanwhile, Additional Commissioner, Mumbai Vishwas Nangre-Patil said, "Kevat has been booked on the charge of house break-in. A metropolitan court has remanded him to police custody for 14 days."
Informing about Kevat's background, Patil also stated, "Here, he has been staying on railway platforms and looking for a job. He claims a case of assault was registered against him earlier, but we are yet to verify his crime records."
According to sources, a domestic help spotted Kevat in the bedroom and alerted the security personnel. Big B and others got scared because despite full security, Kevat managed to enter the most sensitive area of the house, Jalsa.
Police have been investigating into the case and trying to find if any other motive was there behind Kavat's move. The incident came into notice when Big B wrote in his blog, "Spent some anxious moments yesterday since we had a break in ! Seems like a professional, for he had entered the most sensitive area of the house, Jalsa. Cops and security are in over drive now. In the end nothing is secure, irrespective of how much precaution one takes."
Mr Bachchan's statements clearly reflected his anxiety about their security at their own house. Mr Bachchan has three bungalows - Jalsa, Prateeksha and Janak at Juhu in Mumbai.
Mr Bachchan along with his family members - wife Jaya, son Abhishek, daughter in-law Aishwarya and grand daughter Aaradhya stay in Jalsa.