TV actor Malvi Malhotra attacked with knife thrice, for rejecting marriage proposal

In her statement to the police, the actor said “she received friend request from Singh on Facebook in 2019”. She accepted it. After that, the two chatted often. Since then, Singh kept insisting that she marry him. The actress ignored Singh and his proposal but Singh kept following her.

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Malvi Malhotra, TV actor attacked

New Delhi: In a shocking incident, a TV actress was attacked with knife by a man in sub-urban Andheri region of Mumbai. She was reportedly stabbed thrice by a man whose overtures she rebuffed. She was admitted to the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital.

The man allegedly stabbed the TV actress after she turned down his marriage proposal, police said on Tuesday.

The incident took place around 9 pm on Monday in the Versova area of Andheri when actress Malvi Malhotra was returning home from a cafe.

Malvi is best known for her appearance on hit television soap, Udaan. She has also worked in a few Hindi, Malayalam and Telugu films such as Hotel Milan.

 

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The accused has been identified as Yogesh Mahipal Singh, who stopped her on the way, attacked with knife and then fled away.

In her statement to the police, the actor said “she received friend request from Singh on Facebook in 2019”. She accepted it. After that, the two chatted often.

Since then, Singh kept insisting that she marry him. The actress ignored Singh and his proposal but Singh kept following her.

“I was in Dubai for a shooting and returned to Mumbai on Sunday. I saw him waiting below my building, but I ignored him and went to my house,” she said in her statement.

“We have registered an FIR against Singh under various Indian Penal Code sections, including 307 (murder attempt), and are conducting an investigation into the case,” Versova police station’s senior inspector Raghvendra Thakur said.