When Aishwarya Rai, Katrina Kaif, Shah Rukh Khan evaded tax!
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In January 2011, Priyanka Chopra was found to have unaccounted assets worth Rs 6 crores.
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In October 2008 Aishwarya Rai Bachchan had sought an income tax redemption on 50,000 pounds that she won after bagging the Miss World title, claiming to be an NRI at that period. IT Department argued that Aishwarya getting exemption under NRI category is questionable.
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In December 2008, IT department filed a petition accusing Amitabh Bachchan of not paying requisite tax on his earnings from "Kaun Banega Crorepati".
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In May 2011 Bipasha Basu was stopped at the Mumbai international airport for not declaring imported valuables worth 60 lakh. She was allowed to go after paying Rs 12,000 duty on the goods.
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In March 2006, Diya Mirza’s imported car was seized by the Customs in Mumbai in a case of alleged duty evasion.
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In December 2010 Harbhajan Singh was served a notice by Commissionerate of Central Excise and Custom for evading service tax during IPL 2 and 3. The amount Harbhajan had been asked to pay as service tax was in excess of 2.5 crores.
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In October 2005 Sanjay Dutt was forced to surrender his Porsche to the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence for failure to pay import duty on the vehicle.
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During the raid that took place at the same time as Priyanka Chopra in Jan 2011, Katrina Kaif was reported to have around 10 million undeclared amount.
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Shah Rukh Khan was slapped with a tax evasion notice for receiving the Signature Villa on Palm Jumeirah in Dubai. SRK claimed that the villa, valued at 17.84 crore, was a gift from Nakheel Public Joint Stock Company in 2007 for endorsing the firm. Nakheel said that the actor was not providing any professional service to the firm. The notice, however, stated that Nakheel had been using Khan's name since 2004 to promote the Palm Jumeirah project. Khan was unable to provide any receipt for the endorsement.