Minissha In Big Trouble: Made With Jewels Worth Rs 50 Lakh

Minissha Lamba was arrested at the airport yesterday. The actress was chosen to make jewelry worth Rs 50 lakh about his return from Cannes, France.

Arrived yesterday morning on a flight, Emirates flights from Manchester via Dubai.

The actress walked the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival last week. But the same red carpet treatment is reserved for him here at an international airport.

He was responsible for conducting R-value of 50 lakh jewelry above the legal limit and was arrested by customs officials.

She spent the afternoon questioning by the bling. She was arrested for this purpose. A declaration will be recorded and a record will be filed against him, too.

At the time of writing only his lawyer, his spokesman, his family or the media was allowed to meet with the actress.

What are the morals to say ....

Minissha Lamba was arrested while walking along the greenway at the airport in Mumbai yesterday. Sameer Wankhede, Deputy Commissioner of Customs, and his team stopped the actress.

According to the senior customs officer, "We had a hint of him wearing jewelry above the permitted limit. We have not caught him the green channel.

We question the actor. If the value Jewllery up to R 5 lakh to give guarantees on the basis of a jewelry store staff, but he bore the value of Rs 50 lakh Jewels, has been jailed. It 'was produced before the Court today. "

On her way back to Mumbai, Minissha Lamba found one of her bags missing at Nice airport. The actress had been tweeting about her loss on the micro-blogging site...

"Disaster has struck. A baggage of mine has been stolen at Nice airport. I can't believe something like this has happened.

The reason they won't go over the CCTV footage is that there is nothing recorded on it. Sadly, something like this has happened during the festival.

If it was 'stolen' or 'misplaced'. For some reason, they are just refusing to confirm via their CCTV. Standing at the Emirates counter for one hour.

Even with two CCTV camera's right over the baggage, police or airline still won't confirm.


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