Producer Prernaa Arora sentenced to six months imprisonment for contempt of court after failing to pay creditors due
Prernaa Arora, who has produced movies such as Toilet: Ek Prem Katha and PadMan, is reportedly ordered by court to surrender by 23 March
Prernaa Arora's bail application, filed following her arrest, was rejected by the sessions court on Saturday.
Producer Prerna Arora applies for bail in Mumbai court; accuses Vashu Bhagnani of threatening her family
KriArj Entertainment co-founder Prerna Arora said in a statement issued on 9 December that she was being maligned by Vashu Bhagnani's Pooja Entertainment.
Prernaa Arora was arrested and has been remanded in custody of the Economic Offences Wing till 10 December
On 23 May, Prernaa Arora and her company KriArj Entertainment was sued by Gothic Entertainment for non-payment of dues over films like Parmanu and Padman under section 9.
Vashu Bhagnani said he purchased rights to films by KriArj Entertainment last December and did not know what agreement Bhushan Kumar entered in with KriArj.
Fanney Khan: Vashu Bhagnani sends legal notice to film's co-producers after omission of his name from poster
Vashu Bhagnani claims that he has the all-India distribution rights of Fanney Khan and hence is entitled to producer’s credit
Shahid Kapoor film Batti Gul Meter Chalu runs into fresh trouble as T-Series moves court against KriArj
Shahid and Shraddha Kapoor starrer Batti Gul Meter Chalu runs into more legal troubles.
John Abraham refutes rumours of a fight with Akshay Kumar: 'Sorry to disappoint but no truth to this'
John Abraham's Desi Boyz co-star Akshay Kumar also replied to John's post and wished him good luck on Parmanu's success at the box office.
Prernaa Arora on legal dispute with John Abraham: 'As a producer what value did he bring to the table?'
John Abraham had filed criminal cases against Prernaa Arora and her company for cheating, breach of trust, defamation and other offences under the IT Act.
Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran row escalates with KriArj Entertainment on verge of exit from John Abraham-starrer
The tussle over the rights of Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran reached a bottleneck with KriArj Entertainment failing to comply with Bombay HC’s directives.
Kedarnath in fresh trouble: Director Abhishek Kapoor files another police complaint against KriArj's Prerna Arora
Abhishek Kapoor has filed a police complaint after finding out that Prernaa Arora has sold Kedarnath's Indian theatrical rights to Vashu Bhagnani.
Parmanu release date reportedly deferred again due to legal dispute; court asks producers to settle differences
Bombay High Court has reportedly pointed out that KriArj Entertainment has legal and valid rights to Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran which cannot be taken away.
Kedarnath, which marks the debut of Sara Ali Khan and stars Sushant singh Rajput as the male lead, has now been taken over by producer Ronnie Screwvala.
Batti Gul Meter Chalu shooting to resume after Shree Narayan Singh completes Mumbai recce, confirms Prernaa Arora
Prernaa Arora denied the rumours that Shahid Kapoor-starrer Batti Gul Meter Chalu has also hit a roadblock like Kedarnath and Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran.
John Abraham files criminal complaints against Prernaa Arora, KriArj Entertainment; Parmanu co-producers call allegations false
John Abraham has filed three criminal complaints against Prernaa Arora and KriArj Entertainment for cheating, breach of trust, defamation and offences committed under the Information Technology Act.
JA Entertainment terminated the agreement with KriArj Entertainment after claiming that the latter committed 'material breaches' in respect of Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran.
John Abraham accuses KriArj Entertainment of defaulting on payment for Parmanu; Prernaa Arora counters claim
The dispute between John Abraham's production company and Prernaa Arora's KriArj Entertainment over Parmanu - The Story of Pokhran intensifies
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's name is on the top of the list of actresses being considered to play Sadhana's role in Woh Kaun Thi? remake.
Evil has no religion, says Pari co-producer Prernaa Arora after the Bollywood horror film was banned in Pakistan for being against religious ethos.