This Girl Has 11 Husbands in 11 States, Her Story Will Shock You to The Core!
Every girl dreams of her wedding day. That one day she will get married to the kings of her dreams and the life will be happily ever after. But what if the person you are thinking of tying the knots with, will steal everything from you? You won’t believe that how a girl can do 11 marriages. But it is true!
A girl got married to 11 different men in the 11 different states. But every time she used to do something shocking with her each husband on the wedding night. You won’t believe that this all happened in India.
28 years old Megha Bhargav was an MB graduate and belonged to Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. She did 11 marriages so far and that too in 11 states. Means she had a husband in 11 states. She used to marry divorcees or handicapped men so that she can ransack them. It is because these two kinds of men can be trapped easily. They hardly refuse a beautiful woman who proposes them for marriage.
After getting married to them, she used to spent some days with and then used to abscond post plundering. She was not alone, in fact, her elder sister and her husband helped her to do so. It was a gang of 3 people. Soon she was caught by the police and today she is serving behind the bars.
— Read on www.pagalparrot.com/amp/megha-bhargav-looteri-dulhan-of-india.html
Rs 1 crore settlement, remorse letter get FIR dropped against Armaan Kohli
TNN | Updated: Jun 16, 2018, 04:50 IST
Armaan Kohli With Neeru Randhawa and (inset) her tattoo
MUMBAI: A Rs 1-crore settlement and an expression of remorse later, actor Armaan Kohli (46) was freed from a criminal case of assault and from jail on Friday. The Bombay high court on Friday quashed a first information report (FIR) filed against Kohli by his live-in girlfriend Neeru Randhawa, a British national, on June 3.
On June 7, Kohli had filed a plea before the HC to have the FIR quashed, following a Rs 50-lakh settlement aided by family and friends. The HC, however, felt that Kohli must “contribute something to society” and directed him to pay Rs 1 lakh each to Tata Memorial Hospital for the children department for cancer, and National Association of Blind, Worli, within six weeks.
His girlfriend of over three years, Randhawa (35), a fashion stylist, had lodged the FIR with the Santacruz police alleging that on June 3, Kohli had pushed her down a flight of stairs after an argument and banged her head on the floor, requiring her to get 15 stitches. The FIR was for offences including criminal intimidation and causing grievous hurt by dangerous weapons or means. On Wednesday, after being arrested and denied bail a day earlier, Kohli’s plea was first heard. The court wanted to know if he genuinely regretted his actions. On Thursday, a bench of Justices R M Savant and Revati Mohite-Dere sought an a statement on oath from Kohli that he would not repeat such behaviour. On Friday, the actor sent the statement from Arthur Road Jail, where he was incarcerated since Wednesday.
His father, film producer Raj Kumar Kohli, was in court both days and belying his age—90 years—stood for hours. When asked by the court about the settlement, his father said he was not aware of it. The HC then recorded the statement of Kohli’s brother-in-law that the settleme-nt was in place and two additional post-dated cheques of Rs 25 lakh each were paid to Randhawa between Thursday and Frid-ay, taking the total to Rs 1 crore.
Randhawa, who has left Kohli’s Santacruz residence, informed HC she was satisfied with the settlement and having received the cheques, didn’t wish to pursue the case. She had filed two affidavits recording her consent to quash the case. The bench cited SC rulings to hold that “no purpose would be served in keeping the FIR pending” given the settlement.