Shah Rukh Khan under fire for alleged tax evasion and other scams

Shah Rukh Khan under fire for alleged tax evasion and other scams
Shah Rukh Khan’s fraud cases revisited after daughter Suhana Khan buys new property

Shah Rukh Khan is once again facing a hurl of online bashing for alleged tax evasion and various other scams.

After his daughter, Suhana Khan, recently made headlines for purchasing another farmland in the Thal village of Alibaugh, rumors assert that the superstar is using his child’s name to dismiss taxes.

As per Indian law, people cannot buy land in the Maharashtra region unless they have a farmer certificate.

Hindustan Times stated that documents obtained by IndexTap show Suhana being labeled as an “agriculturist” in the transaction papers to circumvent this rule.

Additionally, the purchased property has been registered as a farmland under Deja Vu Farms, which is a private company jointly owned by SRK’s mother-in-law and sister-in-law.

SRK, too, owns a bungalow in Alibaug, owing to its high land value and income exemption under the Income Tax Act.

In 2019, Times of India reported that he had landed in legal troubles for constructing a farmhouse on property bought for agricultural use.

Sometime back, Economic Times cited that the celebrity was fined for using false advertisements to promote a seemingly fake coaching institute named Byju.

The same source has said that he has been investigated several times by the Enforcement Directorate for money laundering in IPL. 

In 2017, SRK was “probed on charge of irregularities in the sale of shares of Knight Riders Sports Pvt Ltd, a franchise owned by his company Red Chillies Entertainment.”

As per Indian Express, the CBI registered him alongside Nawazuddin Siddiqui for endorsing a firm that ran an online Ponzi scam of INR 500 crore.

Last year, wife Gauri Khan was sent a legal notice for involvement in Tulsiyani Group’s case of INR 30 crore real-estate fraud.