Arjun Sarja appears before Cubbon Park police


Team Udayavani, Nov 5, 2018, 1:14 PM IST

Bengaluru: Sandalwood Arjun Sarja appeared before the Cubbon Park police for inquiry with regard to MeToo case against him on Monday, November 5th

On Saturday, November 3 the Cubbon Park police had served a notice to Arjun Sarja to personally appear before the police for inquiry. Accordingly, Sarja appeared before the Cubbon Park police today morning. The inquiry is likely to go on till evening today, informed sources.

The accusation

Actor Sruthi Hariharan had accused Sarja of allegedly misbehaving with her during the making of the film Vishmaya and had filed a plaint against him at the Cubbon Park Police station on Saturday, October 27.

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