Bigg Boss 11 contestant Bandgi Kalra has been booked for posting a fake iPhone advertisement on picture sharing app Instagram. According to reports, she has cheated a Delhi-based engineering student named Yuvraj Singh Yadav, who follows Kalra on Instagram. Yadav claims that she posted a fake iPhone X advertisement on behalf of two Delhi based firms—Different Collection and Nexafation.com. On seeing the ad, he ordered an iPhone X priced at Rs 61,000. According to the agreement, he transferred Rs 13,000 to a Paytm account and as soon as he did the payment, he noticed that the ad was missing from Kalra’s Instagram handle. Also Read - Kangana Ranaut, Her Sister Rangoli Chandel Summoned by Mumbai Police in Sedition Case

He soon got suspicious but was promised by the seller that the booked product will be delivered at his address through BlueDart courier service. Also Read - Dhinchak Pooja is Back With 'Roz Roz Ka Kaam' & Twitter is Cringe-Laughing Hard | Watch At Your Own Risk

Yadav finally received his order on Wednesday and paid the remaining amount of Rs 48,000 but he was in shock when he found out that the iPhone X is a fake model. Later, he went on to file a police complaint with Marathahalli police station in Bengaluru. Also Read - Ahead of Bigg Boss 13 Finale; Shilpa Shinde Exposes Sidharth Shukla, Claims He Abused & Hit Her

The victim spoke to a leading daily and said, “We have sent an email to Kalra and have summoned her. Though we are not sure of her exact involvement in the incident, she has promoted the product on her Instagram account. Though she has deleted the post, the victim has submitted the screenshot.”

Speaking to another leading agency he said, “I have been cheated. Upon the arrival of the package, I tried to contact them (firms and actress). There was no response. Then, when I told them that I have filed a police complaint, they asked me to withdraw the case and threatened to file a counter-complaint against me for blackmailing them. The actress, however, has not responded to my messages. I have borrowed money from many people to buy the phones.”

Police said in a statement, “We have sent an email to Kalra and have summoned her. Though we are not sure of her exact involvement in the incident, she has promoted the product on her Instagram account. Though she has deleted the post, the victim has submitted the screenshot. Kalra has over five lakh followers on her Instagram account and we suspect many more people may have got cheated similarly.”