Saif Ali Khan: No pending dues in Romanian hunting case

28th September 2018

Actor Saif Ali Khan recently revealed that he has paid off 8,500 Euros dues for the hunting expedition in Romania following an investigation with Mumbai's crime branch. The legal hunting expedition cost 24,000 Euros as following the matter, the Interpol has also sent notices to 3 others accompanying Khan.

Overviewing the matter a leading daily stated, "Three months after Interpol issues notice and a month after the reminder, the actor responds to a set of 15 questions sent by the Bulgarian govt over his adventure trip in November 2013."

In his reply sent last week to a set of 15 questions, Khan said he had contacted a Romanian adventure company through his personal email account for a hunting expedition in Bulgaria but had paid the amount negotiated by a representative of the company.

According to sources, Saif claimed that he did not have any correspondence or emails related to the hunting trip as much time has since lapsed. On alleged dues, he claimed to have paid a pending amount of 8,500 Euros to a bank account provided by a representative of the firm and that he was also sent invoices. However, Khan said he could not recollect the exact amount that was agreed upon.

Media sources said that the response came only after the Mumbai crime branch sent the actor a reminder last month on behalf of the Interpol. The Bulgarian government had contacted the Interpol in the first week of June. A senior crime branch officer stated, "He said his response had been delayed because he had been abroad and busy"

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