Bengaluru: Actor Darshan, several celebrities questioned by police at station over late-night party

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12-01-2024

    Police served notices to actors for allegedly partying late-night

    Actors faced a round of questioning by the police over the issue

    Police said they have CCTV footages showing them partying till 3 am

In a recent development in Bengaluru, Kannada actors Darshan and Ninasam Sateesh, producer Rockline Venkatesh, along with several other celebrities, found themselves at the Subramanyanagar police station following a notice issued for allegedly partying late-night at Jet Lag Pub in Rajajinagar.

The actors faced a round of questioning by the police, who sought answers to questions pertaining to the late-night gathering. Police sought explanations from actors over their infringement of the regulations outlined in the Karnataka Excise Act and Karnataka Police Act by partying late in the night and disturbing the peace at night.

Police also sought answers on why they continued partying even after the police got the pub closed at 1 am. Police said they have CCTV footages showing them partying till 3 am even as crowds gathered on roads around the pub to know what was happening in and around the pub.

The police have not only targeted the celebrities but have also lodged a First Information Report (FIR) against the owner and manager of Jet Lag Pub. This move suggests that the authorities are taking a stern stance against any potential violation of rules and regulations, especially concerning late-night activities in public establishments.

The incident highlights the growing scrutiny of public figures and their adherence to legal protocols. The police’s decision to question the celebrities suggests a thorough investigation into the matter.

It remains to be seen how the actors respond to the inquiries further and what legal consequences, if any, may follow. This incident prompts discussions about the responsibilities of public figures.

Bengaluru: Actor Darshan, several celebrities questioned by police at station over late-night party

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    Police served notices to actors for allegedly partying late-night

    Actors faced a round of questioning by the police over the issue

    Police said they have CCTV footages showing them partying till 3 am

In a recent development in Bengaluru, Kannada actors Darshan and Ninasam Sateesh, producer Rockline Venkatesh, along with several other celebrities, found themselves at the Subramanyanagar police station following a notice issued for allegedly partying late-night at Jet Lag Pub in Rajajinagar.

The actors faced a round of questioning by the police, who sought answers to questions pertaining to the late-night gathering. Police sought explanations from actors over their infringement of the regulations outlined in the Karnataka Excise Act and Karnataka Police Act by partying late in the night and disturbing the peace at night.

Police also sought answers on why they continued partying even after the police got the pub closed at 1 am. Police said they have CCTV footages showing them partying till 3 am even as crowds gathered on roads around the pub to know what was happening in and around the pub.

The police have not only targeted the celebrities but have also lodged a First Information Report (FIR) against the owner and manager of Jet Lag Pub. This move suggests that the authorities are taking a stern stance against any potential violation of rules and regulations, especially concerning late-night activities in public establishments.

The incident highlights the growing scrutiny of public figures and their adherence to legal protocols. The police’s decision to question the celebrities suggests a thorough investigation into the matter.

It remains to be seen how the actors respond to the inquiries further and what legal consequences, if any, may follow. This incident prompts discussions about the responsibilities of public figures.

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