Filmmaker to offer Rs 5 crore to Talwars for book, film on Aarushi
Ghaziabad – A London-based writer and filmmaker on Friday went to Dasna Jail to meet Rajesh and Nupur Talwar to offer them a royalty of Rs 5 crore if they cooperated with him in publishing a book and making a movie on Aarushi. However, he was unable to meet the dentist couple as jail rules permit only three people to meet inmates in 15 days and Nupur’s relatives had visited them on Thursday.
Meanwhile, Rajesh and Nupur were entrusted with the task of cleaning the teeth of nearly 200 inmates, including Moninder Singh Pandher who was convicted for the Nithari serial murders. Dasna Jail superintendent, Vireshraj Sharma, as well as other officials also availed the services of the dentists.
“Filmmaker Clipp F Runyards visited on Friday morning accompanied by his Indian associates,” Sharma said, adding, “On Thursday, Nupur’s brother Sameer, sister Ritu and sister-in-law Shreelekha met them, so we had to ask the filmmaker to visit after 14 days.”
Asked about the health and performance of Talwars, Sharma said, “Rajesh and Nupur are now normal. They are obeying jail rules and properly discharging the duties. On Friday, a teeth cleaning camp was conducted in the jail. Rajesh cleaned the teeth of Pandher and Surender Koli.”
“Talwar also cleaned my teeth and shared valuable tips on how to increase their life,” Sharma said. The Talwars are avoiding reading newspapers. “They like to read novels and watch spiritual serials on television,” he added.