Aishwarya Rai’s media adviser told the paper that the information was false. While there was no reaction from those named in the Express report, the spokesperson for Aishwarya Rai said “no” when asked if she intended to issue a statement.
In 2004, India legally allowed investments abroad by companies, and later individuals, through the Liberalised Remittance Scheme.
Also named were Sameer Gehlaut of India Bulls, for properties owned in Bahamas, Jersey and the United Kingdom, and K.P. Singh of DLF for companies registered in British Virgin Islands. Vinod Adani, elder brother of industrialist