BB6 contestant Sana Khan on the run

Sayoni Sinha
Yahoo! India Movies
24 May 2013

Salman's 'Mental' co-star is on the run after being booked by  Navi Mumbai police on kidnapping charges

More trouble is in store for the ‘Mental ‘ shoot. After the indefinite strike by the southern dancers for in equal representation and low pay, now the lead actress of the film has gone missing.

'Bigg Boss 6' contestant Sana Khan is Salman Khan's leading lady in his next film 'Mental'. The actress is on the run after being booked by  Navi Mumbai police for trying to kidnap a 15-year-old girl who had rejected Sana's cousin Naved's marriage proposal. Naved fell into a romantic liaison with the minor girl through Facebook last year and after hanging out with her so some time, he proposed marriage, which she refused. After harassing her for months, he along with Sana and two other friends hatched a kidnapping plan to teach her a lesson. The girl managed to give them a slip and the family lodged a complaint in a  Navi Mumbai police station.

Sana came to limelight for her stint with Bigg Boss where was touted as Salman’s favourite. She is best known for Amul Macho underwear ad which was banned in 2007 for obscenity.

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