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We are not moving out, going to the Supreme Court: Aditya Pancholi

DECCAN CHRONICLE | SUBHASH K JHA
Published Oct 8, 2015, 2:29 pm IST
Updated Mar 27, 2019, 1:42 pm IST
He expresses that he will fight for his right to keep that home till dying breath

Mumbai: News that Aditya Pancholi and family may be evicted from their rented bungalow in Juhu has finally evinced a reaction from Aditya who says, “First of all we don’t live in that bungalow. But it is the place where I grew up. It’s where my parents lived for 40 years.”

Aditya says a lot of beautiful memories are linked to the bungalow. He said, “After I built a new place with Zarina and had our two children my son Sooraj went to that bungalow to live with his grandparents. So not only did I grew up there my son also grew up in that house.”

 

Read: Aditya Pancholi loses rights to Juhu home, faces eviction

Aditya feels that home to be where his heart is. “Three generations of memories are linked to that home. We are not moving out in a hurry.” The Pancholis will now take their fight to the honourable Supreme Court. “I’ll fight for my right to keep that home till my dying breath. It is  where my roots are. So yes are now going to the Supreme Court.”

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