MS Dhoni knocks Supreme Court doors against Amrapali Group
New Delhi : Former Indian cricket skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Wednesday knocked Supreme Court's doors seeking an intervention to get his dues amounting to Rs 40 crores cleared.
In a report first published by the Times of India, it was mentioned that the Amrapali Group has not paid dues amounting to Rs 40 crores for MS Dhoni's services as a brand ambassador.
The cricketer’s petition is among over 46,000 cases from homebuyers who were duped by the construction company, accusing them of taking the payments for the flats but not delivering it.
In 2009, Mahendra Singh Dhoni had signed an agreement with the company, granting them exclusive rights for promotion as the company’s brand ambassador. After six years, the two parties parted their ways in 2016 after homebuyers slammed Dhoni for promoting a company that is non-reliable.