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How did Nausheen’s investment in Crypto turn out to be a scam?


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Renowned Pakistani model and actress Nausheen Shah has captivated audiences with her exceptional acting prowess, leaving an indelible mark in the realm of Pakistani entertainment. She is celebrated for her stellar performances in popular drama serials like “Pani Jaisa Piyar,” “Muhabbat,” “Khud Parast,” “Tarap,” “Rehaai,” “Pehli Si,” “Mera Pehla Pyar,” “Sartaj Mera Tu Raj Mera,” “Mann Chalay,” “Khud Parast,” and “Deewar-e-Shab.” Recently, she graced Ary Digital’s drama serial “Dhoka,” enthralling fans with her acting finesse.

In a recent revelation on Green Entertainment’s Ramadan transmission, Nausheen Shah shed light on a concerning scam involving the renowned film director Nabeel Ur Rehman Lutfi. Shah disclosed that she had entrusted Lutfi with a substantial sum of 20 million rupees for investment in cryptocurrency, persuaded by his counsel on the matter. Additionally, she extended a loan of 15 million rupees for his upcoming film project. However, Shah disclosed that Lutfi and his wife absconded after allegedly swindling around 6 crore rupees from several prominent celebrities. Currently in hiding with their phones switched off, FIRs have been lodged against them.

Expressing regret over the lack of proper documentation due to her oversight, Shah cautioned against entrusting funds to Lutfi and emphasized the importance of ensuring meticulous documentation in financial transactions. Her candid disclosure serves as a cautionary tale, urging vigilance and prudence in financial dealings within the entertainment industry.

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