Mumbai is known as dream city. Young people across the country and the world come to the city just to fulfill their dreams, especially to be a part of the entertainment world called Bollywood. [Video: Deepika Padukone slammed; now cricketer Virat Kohli, Suresh Raina fight for women]
While some people succeed to achieve their dreams, some fail. However, achieving their goals in Bollywood is not an easy task. Many frauds are there in the city. They easily cheat people and make easy money.
The latest victim of such fraud case is Karan Kamal Sharda, an aspiring actor who recently shifted to Mumbai from South Africa. [Sad: Bollywood actress Rati Agnihotri reveals why she opts to end marriage after 30 years]
Sharda filed a complaint against two accused who had taken Rs 3.5 lack from him and had promised to give him a role in a new movie called -- No Entry Mein Entry, a sequel to the 2005 hit No Entry.
When the accused did not respond to any calls made by Sharda, the complainant moved Boney Kapoor's office saying he had received mails from the producer-director.
However, he had received the shocking news at Boney Kapoor's officer where officials informed that the producer indeed is making the sequel of No Entry but the movie name is No Entry 2 and not No Entry Mein Entry.
Meanwhile, it was revealed that the two accused had hacked Boney Kapoor's email account and sent mails to Sharda from his mail id.