Veteran Actress Jayaprada sentenced to six-month jail and fined Rs 5000

Veteran Actress Jayaprada sentenced to six-month jail and fined Rs 5000

Former actress and former MP Jayaprada was sentenced to six months in prison by the Egmore Court in Chennai. She was also fined Rs 5,000 for a petition filed by a cinema employee she owned in Raya Petta, Chennai.

Cinema is run by Ram Kumar and Raja Babu and is owned by Chennai.

The problem started when the controller did not pay the ESI workers and took the matter to court.

Actress promised to pay all workers and appellate court.

However, advocates for the Employment Insurance Company opposed the appeal, and Jayaprad and three others were linked to the case after six months of house arrest.

Similarly, each has to pay a fine of Rs 5000.

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In detail:

Jayaprada runs a cinema in Rayapeta, Chennai with two people, Ram Kumar and Raja Babu. At first, the theater made some profit. However, the company’s business was disrupted and suffered heavy losses.

Meanwhile, Jaya Prada and her partners closed the theater.

About the Actress

Jayaprada is known as one of the most important and influential actresses of Telugu and Indian cinema of the late 70’s and 80’s. She was also considered the most beautiful woman of her time, she. Some of his best works include Siri Siri Muvva, Sargam, Sindoor, Maa, Ooriki Monagadu and many more.

At the height of her career, she left cinema for politics and has been working ever since.

JayaPrada is now a member of the Bhartiya Janta party. Her chemistry and dance moves with onscreen superstars are still beloved today. Famous directors such as Satyajit Ray wanted to work with Jaya Prada and described her as one of the most beautiful women in the world.

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