Karim Morani, producer of 'Chennai Express' surrenders in rape case
- TEAM PT
Karim Morani, producer of 'Chennai Express' surrenders in rape case



BOLLYWOOD SHOWMAN Karim Morani, who produced several hit films including the Shahrukh Khan starrer Chennai Express, surrendered to the Hyderabad police on Saturday, September 23, midnight,  in connection with a rape case.
 
The news came after the Supreme Court rejected his anticipatory bail plea on Friday. The Chennai Express producer will be produced in the court today, IANS reported.
 
A case was registered against Morani on January 18 for allegedly raping a woman on promise of marriage. The woman, aged around 25, lodged a complaint with Hayathnagar Police. She accused Morani of raping her on different occasions in Mumbai, with false marriage promises.

The alleged incident took place in 2015, following which, a case was registered under Indian Penal Code (IPC) sections 417 (cheating), 376 (rape) 342 (wrongful confinement), 506 (criminal intimidation), 493 (cohabitation caused by a man deceitfully inducing a belief of lawful marriage) and other relevant sections.
 
Morani claims the sexual relationship was consensual.
 
While Morani had secured an anticipatory bail from a local court, the Hyderabad police filed a petition in court seeking the cancellation of his anticipatory bail.

It was then that the producer had filed a petition in Supreme Court challenging the Hyderabad High Court's verdict cancelling his bail.
 
Karim Morani is known for producing films like 'Chennai Express,' 'Dilwale,' 'Ra.One' and others.
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