Justice GS Sistani allowed the 43-year-old actor's plea, saying the money earned through his film can be used to repay the loan of Rs five crore that he took from a businessman who filed a recovery suit against Yadav and his wife. (Agencies)
The court made it clear that by allowing him to go abroad, between March 30 and April 14, 2014, it is "not granting him any concession or condoning his acts" which, it observed, were not good in the past.
"Defendant 2 (Yadav) has filed an application to travel to Dubai for shooting of a movie between March 30, 2014, to April 10, 2014, and undertakes to return latest by April 15.
"The court is of the view that if request of defendant 2 is declined, no benefit will accrue to plaintiff (businessman). But if he is allowed to go under the condition that he will disclose before the court the amount he gets for this and any other roles and will deposit the same, the amounts so received can be used to repay his loan. By allowing him to go abroad, this court is not granting any concession or condoning the acts of defendant 2," Justice Sistani said.
Yadav was directed to file an undertaking that he will return on or by April 14, will give terms of travel, nature of the contract and the financial terms.
The producer, who has offered him the role, will also have to file an affidavit stating terms of contract, amount that will be paid to Yadav, etc., the court said.
It also warned that any violation of the conditions shall be viewed strictly and listed the matter for further hearing on May 22.
Justice GS Sistani allowed the 43-year-old actor's plea, saying the money earned through his film can be used to repay the loan of Rs five crore that he took from a businessman who filed a recovery suit against Yadav and his wife.