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Avitesh Shrivastav, son of Late singer Aadesh Shrivastav booked by Mumbai Police for this shocking reason

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 16 December 2018, 10:07 IST
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Recently, late singer Aadesh Shrivastav's son Avitesh Shrivastav was in the discussions for his debut single song 'Main Hua Tera', the song was launched in the presence of Big B, Amitabh Bachchan. Now according to the latest development, Juhu Police booked Avitesh Shrivastav on 15th December and reports are that the Indo-American singer apparently locked a music composer inside his studio till the time cops reached the place to rescue the man.

According to a report, a man named Anand Tripathi who happens to be a struggling music composer had rented out Adesh Shrivastav's studio for a sum of 4 lakhs as deposit and 1 lakh rent per month in July 2016. But due to financial problems, the music composer could not be able to pay the rent which ends up having a dispute between the two.

 

A day ago, Avitesh Shrivastav had called up Anand Tripathi and asked him to come to the studio to pay all the dues. But, the music composer denied paying it because he is still going through financial crisis. Avitesh got annoyed of it and abused him in the studio. He even locked the man in the studio for the whole night.

Anand Tripathi called Avitesh and asked to leave him but he refused to do it. Eventually, the composer called one of his friends and the person arrived at the venue with the police to make him freed. Tripathi has finally filed an FIR in Juhu, Mumbai.

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First published: 16 December 2018, 10:07 IST
 
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