Great evidence of tax fraud found in Anurag-Tapsee’s home invasion, know what the Income Tax Department said

The Income Tax Department said that evidence of income tax fraud was found in large numbers during the raid on film director Anurag Kashyap and actress Taapsee Pannu at their home. The Income Tax Department said that vouchers have been seized from Tapsee’s house for cash payment of Rs 5 crore. The agency says the payment was taken in cash to avoid tax.

The department said on Thursday it had received evidence of large-scale tax fraud in the attack on the homes of Anurag Kashyap, Tapsee Pannu and others. In fact, filmmaking Faus Phantom Films has garnered more information than the box-office collections.

300 crore for company officials. In fact, the Income Tax Department on Wednesday raided more than 20 locations of Phantom Films founder Anurag Kashyap, Vikas Bahl, Madhu Mantena and actress Taapsee Pannu.

Phantom Films has underestimated its stake in the sale, the agency said. It has been described that the stock turnover of film directors and shareholders is underestimated. The Income Tax Department has said that a total tax of Rs 350 crore has been imposed. In addition, evidence of receipt of cash worth Rs 5 crore has been seized by Tapasi Panu.

The Income Tax Department on Wednesday raided the homes and offices of actress Taapsee Pannu and filmmaker Anurag Kashyap and their partners. The attacks are part of a tax fraud investigation against Phantom Films, officials said. Subhashish Sarkar, CEO of Reliance Entertainment Group and some officials from Celebrity and KWAN, have been attacked in 30 locations in Mumbai and Pune, he said.

Both Pannu and Kashyap are known to have open opinions on many issues. The two were shooting in Pune and were questioned by the Income Tax authorities as part of an investigation into the attack. The attacks have been carried out by some employees of Phantom Films Production House, which was sacked in 2018. Sources from the Income Tax Department said that some transactions between these institutions are in the eyes of the department and that steps have been taken to gather evidence to investigate the tax fraud allegations.