After prospering, ED calls the actress Rituparn Sengupt to scam in the valley of the rose

Kolkata: The day after calling for the Bengali movie star Prosenjit Chatterjee, the Enforcement Administration (ED) issued a notice Wednesday on the award-winning actress Rituparna Sengupta for hearing about the deceit of the Rose Valley reading room.
Rose Valley allegedly invested huge amounts of money in various Bengal films that never saw the light of the day. It is also alleged that the owner of the company Gautam Kundu has taken money in some projects in Singapore through the actress and her husband.
Rituparna debuted at Bollywood with Teesor Kaun Partho Ghosh in 1994. Several of her hits in Bangla cinema include Sagariku (1998), Tomar Amar Prem (1998), Ranga Bou (1999). She also worked on Hindi, Kannada and Malayalam films.
On Tuesday, the actor of the superstars Prosenjit Chatterjee was called by the executing executive about the pony.
The agency asked Chatterjee to appear on July 19th at a hearing about 2.75 kroner received by his company, Idea Locations and Production Pvt Ltd, from the Valley Valley group between 2010 and 2011.

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