5 Bollywood celebs who were subjected to income tax raids

Fame and money go hand in hand when it comes to our Bollywood industry and when our celebs can charge Rs 5 crores for one episode *coughSalmanKhancough*, their movie prices can go upto Rs 20 crores easily. There’s a danger in every rich man’s life, it’s called the Income Tax Raid. And when it happens, it takes away all the money with the fame. Take a look at those Bollywood celebs who were troubled by this danger by income tax officers!

Katrina Kaif

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Kats is a high ranking Bollywood actress who works with top stars and leading film banners, besides endorsing top brands and participating in the major stage shows in India and abroad. In the year 2011, Katrina’s home fell prey to the income tax officials, after she failed to provide them with proper tax details.

Priyanka Chopra

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Remember that fine morning when IT officials landed up at Pee Cee’s residence only to be greeted by Shahid Kapoor? Well, way back in 2011, Priyanka Chopra’s home was raided on suspicion of tax evasion. Apparently, assets worth Rs.7.5 crores were recovered from her apartment.

Salman Khan

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He is media’s favorite Bollywood dude, who always manages to come under the scanner for all the wrong reasons. Post the success of his film, Dabangg in 2000, Salman Khan’s flat at Bandra and farm house at Panvel were raided by the IT department. His brother, Arbaaz Khan was also interrogated.

Madhuri Dixit

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When IT officers raided Madhuri Dixit’s residence several years ago, apparently, they broke the walls of her house to discover money stashed in them. They even ripped apart sofas and furniture. A well-placed industry source reveals, “Madhuri had given the money to her then-manager to hide. The money was placed inside walls. However, IT officers went as far as breaking down the walls of her house.”

Rani Mukherjee

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In the year 2000, When Rani’s Bollywood career was at its peak, her house was raided, only to recover around Rs.12 lakh in cash by the operation.

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