Sana Raees Khan, a well-known criminal lawyer who has worked on numerous high-profile cases, has found herself embroiled in yet another scandal. Faizan Ansari, a social media personality and actor, has launched a defamation complaint against the Bigg Boss 17 competitor.
Sana Raees Khan is a well-known criminal defence attorney who has handled several high-profile cases. Her appearance on Bigg Boss 17 drew attention to her. She has recently made news again after Faizan Ansari filed a Rs 10 crore defamation action against her, accusing her of lying.
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According to sources, the social media influencer accused Sana Raees Khan of exploiting Aryan Khan's name for notoriety in the defamation complaint. He stated that Aaryan Khan was represented in the 2021 case by Ali Kashif, who is also his lawyer. He said that Bigg Boss 17 contestants used their names to boost their fame.
"She claims to be a criminal lawyer, but she is a fraudster and a criminal. Forget about fighting his case; she has never met Aryan or Shah Rukh Khan in her dreams," Ansari told the press. According to rumours, Faizan Ansari recently spoke with the media, stating that Sana Raees Khan represented another defendant in the 2021 Cordelia cruise ship cocaine case. She was the representative for Evin Sahu.
Only a few days ago, Advocate Ashutosh Dubey objected to Sana Raees Khan's involvement on Bigg Boss 17.
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"I have formally notified the Bar Council of India that Advocate Sana Raees Khan participated as a contestant in the reality show 'Bigg Boss 17' which is a violation of Bar Council Rules," he said on Twitter. “Advocates are forbidden under rules 47 to 52 of the Bar Council of India Rules from participating in any other occupation to produce revenue. Furthermore, section 49(1)(c) of the Advocates Act of 1961 prohibits practising advocates from working full-time in other disciplines."