I am Rajesh Khanna's wife, Anita Advani can't claim his wealth: Dimple Kapadia

Rajesh Khanna's actress wife Dimple Kapadia has moved the Bombay High Court for quashing a case of domestic violence filed against her and family by a woman claiming to have been in a live-in relationship with the late superstar.

Anita Advani, in her complaint against Kapadia and others, has claimed she was driven out of Khanna's Bandra bungalow 'Ashirwad' after his death and sought maintenance from the actor's estate.

In her petition, Kapadia has contended that she was the legally wedded wife of Khanna and as such no other woman can claim share in the wealth left behind by her husband.

Kapadia has also challenged the notices issued to her and family members by a Bandra Magistrate on Advani's complaint alleging domestic violence and seeking monthly maintenance from Khanna's estate.

The Magistrate, Dimple argued, should not have entertained the complaint which has made "baseless" charges.

She has contended that it was "unreasonable" for the

Magistrate to even suggest that she and her family go in for a compromise with the complainant in which case he would refer the matter for mediation.

The Magistrate while hearing Advani's complaint, had earlier this week issued summonses to Kapadia, her daughters Twinkle Kumar and Rinki Saran and actor son-in-law Akshay Kumar asking them to appear in person before the court to answer the allegations, which besides domestic violence includes forging Khanna's will.

Along with Kapadia, Akshay Kumar too has filed a petition in the High Court supporting her contention that Advani had no right to claim any share from Khanna's properties which is said to be to the tune of Rs 500 crores.

Khanna's daughters Twinkle Kumar, wife of Akshay Kumar and Rinki Saran, are in the process of filing the petition in the High Court, sources said.

Kapadia and Kumar have sought a stay on the proceedings before the Bandra Magistrate till disposal of the matter by the High Court. The matter is likely to come up for hearing on December 3 before Justice K U Chandiwal.

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