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Updated: April 13, 2013 04:20 IST

Actor Anjali makes surprise appearance at DCP office

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Actor Anjali speaking to the media before visiting the DCP office late on Friday night. -Photo: Special Arrangement
Actor Anjali speaking to the media before visiting the DCP office late on Friday night. -Photo: Special Arrangement

‘None behind my disappearance’

Five days after she went missing from a hotel in Hyderabad, actor Anjali walked into the office of the DCP West Zone here on Friday accompanied by a man, downing curtains on all the speculation about her disappearance.

‘Stressed out’

DCP G. Sudhir Babu said that Ms. Anjali claimed to be too stressed to speak about her vanishing act.

“She maintained that she went out of the hotel on her own rejecting reports that someone else was behind it,” the DCP said.

The statement of the actor was recorded by the police. Ms. Anjali came from Chennai to Hyderabad to take part in a film shooting. She checked into Daspalla hotel along with her uncle. While her uncle was in the bathroom, she walked out of the hotel on April 8.

The video footage recorded by the cameras in the hotel showed her walking out alone.

Meanwhile, the brother of the actor approached the Jubilee Hills police and lodged a complaint leading to registration of a case of missing person.

Even as the police were searching for the actor, she called up her mother two days later and said that she was fine. Finally, she turned up at the DCP office.

Mockery of state and wasting resources apart, when was the last time
a person has ventured out on their own, just to return all "stressed
to even speak" about his/her actions...that's unless Ms.Anjali, was
running a marathon from Hyd to Chennai and back just to say hello to
DCP..!! Even in the photo (inset) looks like somebody is holding her
head back for photo-op!! Maybe the reason for "stress" may shed some
light on what went wrong!

from:  Indy
Posted on: Apr 13, 2013 at 21:30 IST

Just for the sake of attention, these people make mockery of the State and waste
people's time and money. THey should be fined heavily.

from:  Vinci
Posted on: Apr 13, 2013 at 06:47 IST
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