Bombay High Court clears producer Prerna Arora of all charges
Prerna Arora, known for her work in the movie “Rustom,” has been acquitted in a case registered in 2018. The dispute with Pooja films has been settled and dismissed by the Bombay High Court, with Prerna Arora being fined three lakh rupees. She must pay the fine within the time ordered by the court.
Prerna Arora expresses her gratitude to the Bombay High Court for providing justice and restoring faith in the legal system. She believes that this verdict sets an example for innocent people who face challenges in life. She urges everyone to seek the truth before spreading rumors and causing harm to others.
Despite facing pain and suffering due to false reporting, Prerna Arora chose to remain silent and maintain her dignity. She emphasizes the difference between reported facts and the truth. She is thankful for the support of the legal system and her family.
Prerna Arora is grateful for the opportunity to work on significant film projects. She sees this as a divine intervention that has reignited her passion for filmmaking. She is now preparing to make a comeback in Bollywood with two upcoming films. One of them, titled “Savera,” will be directed by renowned South Director Suresh Krissna and feature a popular Bollywood pair. The other project, “AIKIDO,” marks her debut as a producer for an OTT platform and stars South actress Nidhhi Agerwal. Filming for these projects will begin in January 2024.
In addition to her previous successful films like “Rustom,” “Toilet Ek Prem Katha,” “Pari,” and “Padman,” Prerna Arora is also gearing up for a big-budget film with a Bollywood superstar next year.
Overall, Prerna Arora’s legal victory has paved the way for her return to the Bollywood industry with renewed enthusiasm.