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Actor Sneha Files Police Complaint Against Two Businessmen

Sneha, the actor who predominantly works in the Tamil and Telugu film industries, has raised a police complaint against two businessmen for allegedly cheating her, a police official from Kanathur station told Silverscreen India. 


Sneha and her husband Prasanna who is also an actor. after taking advice from Prasanna’s friend named Prasanth, invested Rs 25 lakh in a cement company, Times of India reported. According to the report, the two businessmen who run the company had promised to pay the actor a certain amount as monthly income in return for the investment. However, Sneha alleged that the company deceived them and added that they were not given their returns. Following this, a police complaint was filed and she urged the police to take necessary action.

Speaking to Silverscreen India, a police source at the Kanathur station said, “Around 10 days ago, the actor filed a complaint to Neelankarai police station. And four days ago, the case was transferred to the Kanathur station. We have confirmed the complaint and the preliminary investigation is underway. Further details regarding the same cannot be revealed now.”

The report further added that FIR will be filed only after the initial investigation. It may also be noted that the police have informed the concerned cement company about the issue and have summoned them to appear for questioning.


Sneha who has been in the film business for the last two decades made her Tamil debut with Ennavale in 2000. She then married Prasanna in 2012. The duo had previously acted in the 2009 film titled Achchamundu! Achchamundu! Directed by Arun Vaidhyanathan. Sneha and Prasanna live with their kids in Chennai ECR.

She was last seen in the Dhanush-starrer Pattas (2019) and is reuniting with filmmaker Arun for the upcoming film titled Shot Bhoot 3. In an earlier conversation with Silverscreen India, Arun revealed that Shot Bhoot 3 will be a children’s film and will revolve around the theme ‘Anbukkorpanjamillai’ which loosely translates to ‘there is no dearth of love’.