38.6c New Delhi, India, Friday, April 19, 2024

Actress Sanam Shetty Of Big Boss Fame Sends Legal Notice To Meera Mithun For Spreading False Rumors Against Her

By Ritik Jain      12 August, 2020 05:11 PM      0 Comments

Bengaluru based renowned model and actress Sanam Shetty, who appeared in Bigg Boss Tamil season 3, sent a legal notice to the self-proclaimed model and actress Meera Mithun for spreading false rumors against her. Also, she demanded an apology from Meera on social media.

Meera was constantly attacking her on social media and was targeting her character without any pieces of evidence or proofs, says Sanam. Now, Sanam is planning to file a defamation case [Sections 499-502 of the Indian Penal Code] against Meera for degrading her dignity and posting foul stuff against her on social media, as Meera has not accepted to apologize to her. 

Sanam sent a notice to Meera on August 10, 2020. She also accused Meera of calling her a ‘criminal’ in Meera’s recent social media post. Sanam Shetty’s legal advisor told Meera to apologize to her publicly, or else he would take the case 

Sanamfurther tweeted, “My legal team has just issued Legal Notice to @meera_mitun for degrading my modesty and moral character with baseless allegations and name-calling me as 'Criminal', 'affair' etc. Her apology is demanded failing which Defamation Case will be filed for damages caused to my reputation”

Further, she posted a picture of legal notice, in which she had mentioned everything that Meera did.

The notice read that Sanam “saw your (Meera’s) multiple interviews about the leading actors and their families, wherein you have made heinous and baseless allegations and statements against them without any material proofs, which cannot be codified in words.”

“Being a known person from the modeling industry as well as being a part of the Tamil Film Industry, my client (Sanam) advised you through a video in social media, stating not to indulging in such kind of defamatory acts and using offensive words against the state Tamilnadu, Tamil Film Industries and Tamil Film Artists and their respective families,” it added.


On August 10, 2020, Meera shared a picture of Sanam’s on social media with Joe Michael. In that post, she had mentioned defamatory and false things, says Sanam. She wrote, “The criminal who is in association with this female, I see this female has been going about talking illicit false info on me, I have been forgiving you so long just because you are a woman even though you are a criminal.”

After this event, Meera claimed that she (Sanam) and Ajit Ravi were in a serious and romantic relationship at the time of the South India Beauty Pageant competition. Meera alleged that she lost the Beauty Crown of Miss South India, 2016 because of Sanam, as the Judge of the contest was Ajit Ravi, her then-boyfriend, and she claimed that Ajit made Meera lose the contest because of their relationship.

Share this article:

Leave a feedback about this

Trending Judiciary
PIL filed by Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay in SC for 3-yr Bachelor of Law degree after Class XII

PIL by Ashwini Kumar in SC seeks to shorten law degree to 3 years post-Class XII, citing current 5-year span as irrational.

18 April, 2024 11:21 AM
Trending Executive
Centre sets up high-powered committee to suggest measures to end discrimination against queer community [Read Order]

Centre forms committee to end discrimination against the queer community, chaired by the Cabinet Secretary, following a Supreme Court directive.

18 April, 2024 12:11 PM


Trending Interview
LSJ Exclusive Interview: How BJP govt will free Chhattisgarh from “Naxal menace”? [Watch Video]

What is Chhattisgarh govt's plan for solving the Maoist/Naxalite problem in the state? Will there be a surgical strike against the Naxals or solution will be found via diplomatic channels? Read the Exclusive Interview with the Deputy Chief Minister Vijay Sharma.

13 April, 2024 12:33 PM
Trending Judiciary
SC rejects review of order to pay Rs 1.54 Cr compensation to ex Air Force staff for transfusion of HIV infected blood [Read Order]

SC denies review of Rs 1.54 Cr HIV compensation order to ex-Air Force staff for medical negligence.

13 April, 2024 03:13 PM
Trending Legal Insiders
CJI cautions against overlooking ethical legal consideration on use of AI in court adjudication

CJI D Y Chandrachud warns about ethical, legal challenges in AI use in courts, stressing need for thorough review.

13 April, 2024 07:08 PM
Trending Legal Insiders
Need to safeguard judiciary from unwarranted pressures: 21 ex-judges write letter to CJI

21 ex-judges write to CJI Chandrachud urging protection of judiciary from pressures undermining its integrity and autonomy.

15 April, 2024 12:17 PM


Join Group

Signup for Our Newsletter

Get Exclusive access to members only content by email