Thiruvananthapuram: Two well known film actors have been booked for allegedly forging documents and getting their vehicles registered in the union territory of Puducherry to evade motor vehicle tax in Kerala.
Police said actors Fahadh Faasil and Amala Paul used fake documents to register their cars in Puducherry to evade the 20 per cent tax in Kerala on luxury cars costing Rs 20 lakh and above.
They said the actors, residents of Kerala, had availed of vehicle loans from Kerala and got their vehicles registered in Puducherry.
They forged documents to show that they were residents of the union territory and registered the vehicles there to evade a motor tax of vehicles above Rs 20 lakh, police said.
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