Chandigarh police has summoned Bollywood actor Salman Khan, his sister Alvira Khan and seven others associated with Being Human in an alleged case of fraud.
"They have been given time till July 13 to reply. If there's anything criminal, action will be taken," ANI quoted Chandigarh SP Ketan Bansal.
"Two Being Human employees told me that asked me to open a franchise for Being Human. We agreed. They told us the cost of investment was Rs 2 crore. They pressurised us by saying Salman Khan will come for opening of showroom," Arun Gupta, Trader told ANI on notice to Salman Khan and others.
Gupta further alleged that after opening the showroom they did not receive any spot. "They called us for a meet-and-greet with Salman Khan. I met him and he promised me. Now 1.5 years have passed and I have not received anything. Salman did not reply to my letters," he added.
(With inputs from ANI)