‘Side Effects Of Popularity’: ED Questions Vijay Deverakonda For 12 Hours For Liger Controversy

Arjun Reddy fame Vijay Deverakonda made his Bollywood debut with Liger and the same film has landed him into a controversy too. The superstar actor was recently called by the Enforcement Directorate for questioning. Reportedly, Vijay was freed after the questioning for 12 hours by the ED. 

Nobody can forget how Vijay Deverakonda’s Bollywood debut made a lot of hype and buzz before the release of his first Hindi film Liger. The film was made with a whopping budget of 120 crores, but it’s miserable performance on the box office has landed the producers in major losses. 

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After the 12-hour questioning, Vijay left the ED’s office at 8:30 on Thursday morning and also interacted with the media briefly. As per a report released by NDTV, Vijay Deverakonda commented on the questioning and told the media, “By getting popularity, there will be few troubles and side effects. It is an experience, it’s life. I did my duty when I was called, I came and answered the questions. They did not call me again.” 


The recently released pan-India film Liger is surrounded with controversy as it is alleged that there has been a “violation of the Foreign Exchange Management Act, or FEMA” which looks at the cross-border transaction.

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The viral reports also stated that before Vijay Deverakonda, the film’s producer Charmme Kaur was also summoned for questioning by the Enforcement Directorate on November 17.

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