Parvati beat up
Subhas Chandra Bose, 30, from Pudukkottai, was working at Parvati Nair’s house on Sterling Road for the last two years. Speaking to reporters on Thursday, Bose said, “Nair suspected me to be an informer of a producer who had sent me to work for him. He questioned my loyalty and assaulted me along with his boyfriends. On October 20, Parvathi Nair lodged a complaint at the Nungambakkam police station that two watches worth over Rs 10 lakh, a laptop worth Rs 1 lakh and two mobile phones were allegedly stolen by Bose. Earlier, Parvati Nair had complained to the police that expensive watches, laptops and mobile phones were found from her house. The Nungbakkam police have started investigation after the actress’ complaint on October 20.
Actress made fake complaint
However, now suspect Chandra Bose met the media and alleged that the actress filed a fake complaint against her as she had seen unknown people coming to her house during the night. He said, ‘They slapped me twice and spat on my hand. His companion Elango also attacked me. I initially complained to the Nungambakkam police station and they said it does not come under their jurisdiction. I went to Teynampet police station and lodged a police complaint but no action was taken for two days. After that I went straight to the commissioner’s office.
What else did Bose say!
Bose reportedly worked as an assistant director and joined Parvati Nair’s household as an assistant through a producer. Bose told the media, ‘The producer hired me to explain what happens in the actress’ house and I also took care of her Instagram photo shoot. I saw unknown people coming to his house during the night. She also saw me looking at her and got a little nervous but I didn’t care much because they are rich people.’ On Thursday, the police called Nair for questioning. Parvati Nair has worked in films like ‘Yennai Arindhal’ and ‘Nimier’.