Actor allegedly stalking Katrina Kaif was captured on camera by Mumbai Police.

Manvendra Singh was shown in court in Mumbai a day after he was allegedly found stalking Katrina Kaif and threatening Vicky Kaushal.



The "struggling" actor Manvendra Singh, who is accused of stalking Katrina Kaif and threatening Vicky Kaushal, who is also an actor, on social media, was brought before a Bandra court in Mumbai on Tuesday. Manvendra, 30, was photographed by the Mumbai Police outside the court. (Read more about the man who was detained for stalking Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal and texting them threats here.)


Manvendra was taken into custody by the police earlier on Monday, hours after Vicky Kaushal reported him to the Santacruz police station. Manjunath Singhe, zone 9 deputy commissioner of police, confirmed the arrest in an interview with Hindustan Times, saying, "We have taken him into custody and the inquiry is ongoing." The Indian Penal Code (IPC) Sections 506 (2) (criminal intimidation) and 354 (d) (stalking) and Section 67 (transmitting obscene content) of the Information Technology Act, 2000 were used to register the case.


The stories going around were overblown, another insider had already told Hindustan Times. The situation is not as terrible as it is being claimed to be. This is a stalker who has been bothering her for a very long time and occasionally shows up without warning. The government hase been made aware of the situation, and a complaint has been submitted.


Vicky told them, according to a police official at the Santacruz station, that the harassment and threats had been going on for a few days before the actor decided to go to the police and file a complaint. Vicky and Katrina have not yet made any public remarks about the situation.


The threat against a Bollywood celebrity is not the first to come about. Prior to Vicky and Katrina, the actor Swara Bhasker received a letter containing a death threat in June. The actor's Versova home was the recipient of the letter. Swara went to the Versova police station after getting the letter and reported some unnamed people.


A letter threatening the lives of actor Salman Khan and his father, Salim Khan, was also received.A month ago, the actor Salman Khan and his father Salim Khan also got a letter threatening their lives. The police and security personnel discovered the note on a bench where Salim typically stops for a rest during his morning stroll.


The "struggling" actor Manvendra Singh, who is accused of stalking Katrina Kaif and threatening Vicky Kaushal, who is also an actor, on social media, was brought before a Bandra court in Mumbai on Tuesday. Manvendra, 30, was photographed by the Mumbai Police outside the court. (Read more about the man who was detained for stalking Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal and texting them threats here.)


Manvendra was taken into custody by the police earlier on Monday, hours after Vicky Kaushal reported him to the Santacruz police station. Manjunath Singhe, zone 9 deputy commissioner of police, confirmed the arrest in an interview with Hindustan Times, saying, "We have taken him into custody and the inquiry is ongoing." The Indian Penal Code (IPC) Sections 506 (2) (criminal intimidation) and 354 (d) (stalking) and Section 67 (transmitting obscene content) of the Information Technology Act, 2000 were used to register the case.


The stories going around were overblown, another insider had already told Hindustan Times. The situation is not as terrible as it is being claimed to be. This is a stalker who has been bothering her for a very long time and occasionally shows up without warning. The government hasa complaint has been made and they have been informed of the same."


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