The Bombay High Court has rejected Aditya Pancholi and his family’s plea to retain the tenancy rights over their Juhu bungalow or so claims a Mumbai Mirror report. The report stated that the property, which is close to Juhu’s ISKCON Temple, was rented in1960 at the rate of Rs 150 a month. Allegedly the court has given the actor time till November 5 to challenge the order and that if they lose, then the family has to evict the bungalow. It has been reported that the owners of the bungalow, the Hate family, had initiated proceedings against the Pancholis in July, 1978, for not paying the rent for eight months i.e. from February to October 1977 andthat the actor had conveyed through his legal team that he had not received any letter/notice from Tarabai Hate, the landlady, to clear the outstanding rent. It has been alleged that the landlady claimed that it was sent to Rajan Pancholi, Aditya’s father.