Hrithik Roshan’s father, veteran actor and filmmaker Rakesh Roshan was allegedly attacked outdoors his Santacruz workplace in Mumbai in January 2000. Now, as per the newest reviews, the sharpshooter who was chargeable for the firing has been nabbed by the police.
The accused, a sharpshooter named Sunil V Gaikwad who was concerned within the assault on Rakesh Roshan, was seized in Kalwa, Thane on Friday. The senior inspector of the Central Crime Unit Anil Honrao stated that they obtained a tip-off that Gaikwad was coming to the Parsik Circle space. They accordingly laid a lure and caught him. Sunil had jumped parole however just isn’t in custody.
Anil Honrao advised PTI, “The accused has 11 cases of murder and seven cases of attempt to murder registered against him. One of these includes an attempt on Bollywood director Rakesh Roshan’s life in 2000.”
Talking in regards to the Rakesh Roshan case, the senior inspector additional added. “Gaikwad had been sentenced to life imprisonment in a murder case and was lodged at Nashik central jail. However, he came out on 28-day parole on 26 June this year. He was expected to return to jail after completion of the parole period. However, he did not do so. He was hiding till his arrest last night.”
Talking in regards to the alleged assault on Rakesh Roshan, the shooter, Sunil V Gaikwad has fired six rounds out of which two bullets had hit Roshan.
On the skilled entrance, Rakesh Roshan is at the moment busy with the pre-production of the fourth instalment of Krrish. This movie will, similar to the sooner components, star Hrithik Roshan within the lead position. Talking about Hrithik Roshan, the actor’s current movies included the 2019 hits Super 30 and War. Talking about War, the Siddharth Anand directorial co-starring Tiger Shroff, just lately accomplished a 12 months. The movie earned 319 crores nett in India.
Besides Krrish 4, particulars relating to his different upcoming initiatives aren’t public data but.
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