Sheezan Khan, Tunisha Sharma
Tunisha Sharma Mother Sends Legal Notice: film maker Rohit Shetty At present, he is in discussion about his popular show Khatron Ke Khiladi. Preparations are going on for the show and soon this show will be present among the fans. The names of the contestants have been announced in the show, in which Sheejan Khan’s name is also included.Some time ago, Tunisha was involved in a suicide case in which the police had also interrogated him. Now Tunisha Sharma’s mother has sent a legal notice to the channel after taking Sheezan Khan in Khatron Ke Khiladi show.
TV actress Tunisha Sharma’s mother Vanita Sharma has sent a legal notice to the channel of the show but the channel has denied any such reports. Apart from this, Sheejan Khan had asked the court to return his passport to go abroad for the shooting of the show, which was given to him. Vanita had a sharp reaction on this too. He had said that what message does the channel want to give to the world by including the accused involved in a serious case in its show.
Khatron Ke Khiladi:
Legal notice sent after request
Tunisha’s mother requested the channel not to make Sheejan a part of the show and glorify her until she is proved guilty. But when there was no response from the show, Vanita has decided to take the legal route and has directly sent a legal notice to the channel. Now it will be a matter to be seen that what will be the future of Sheezan Khan in the 13th season of Rohit Shetty’s popular show Khatron Ke Khiladi.
Bad Miyan Chote Miyan:
Sheejan spent 2 months in jail
On the other hand, talking about Tunisha Sharma suicide case, the entire TV industry was shaken by the suicide of the actress and no one could believe it. There were reports that Tunisha was having an affair with the show’s lead actor Sheejan Khan. The mother of the actress also accused Sheejan and told him to be responsible for her daughter’s death. After this, on December 24, 2022, Sheejan Khan was jailed under this case. After spending 2 months in jail, he was released on 4 March.