Rhea Chakraborty Is Paying This Huge Fee To Lawyer Satish Maneshinde Per Day


You’ll be shocked to know the amount ordered by top lawyer Satish Maneshinde per appearance at the Court. He has previously represented Sanjay Dutt and Salman Khan.

The death case of Sushant Singh Rajput has taken on a whole new story. His father, KK Singh, filed an FIR in the Rajendra Nagar Police Station at Patna. There are some serious charges levied against the actress, Rhea Chakraborty ranging from adultery, abetment to suicide, extortion and misconcealment. The father of Late Sushant Singh Rajput has said she cut him off from the family. He also said he’d been treated for mental illness without his family’s knowledge and prior permission. Rhea Chakraborty has hired top lawyer Satish Maneshinde in court to contest the case for her. After his arrest, he is the one who fought for Sanjay Dutt and also secured bail for Salman Khan in the drunken driving case.

Okay, he is 50 years old and known for his love of luxury cars. If he is defending anyone, the lawyer charges Rs 10 lakh a day. These are estimates for 2010. Satish Maneshinde is one of the top lawyers and was also represented in the recent lynching case of Palghar. His associate Anandini Fernandes was seen yesterday at the residence of the Rhea Chakraborty. She stayed for three hours with them. The family of Sushant Singh Rajput seems to want immediate arrest of Rhea Chakraborty. His father, 74, has filed the case in Patna.

The actor’s case has been put forth by people like Subramaniam Swamy and Ishkaran Singh Bhandari. Political leaders of Bihar are supporting the matter. Roopa Ganguly from West Bengal has also led the demand for a CBI probe in the matter. Amongst celebs, people like cricketer Manoj Tiwary, Meera Chopra, Akshaye Khanna, Shekhar Suman and others have demanded a fair probe. The decision is awaited on whether the case will be transferred to the CBI or not. Today evening, the Home Minister has called for a meeting of the Mumbai top cops to figure out the matter. We hope justice prevails!