Despite rumours plaguing Arjun Rampal’s nightclub ‘LAP’, the venue has emerged as the hottest nightspot in Delhi. LAP has not only been doing well in the capital, but will soon reach out to the elite, overseas, too.
The actor has been aggressively planning a foray in Singapore, Dubai and London. In the midst of all the planning and chaos, there seems to be a certain rival who is not quite happy with the actor’s success and is spreading baseless rumours about Rampal not agreeing to pay dues to Indian Tourism Development Corporation, which runs Hotel Samrat, where the premier club resides.
When contacted, our source, which is a close friend of the actor, said, “LAP has been running successfully for over four years now. It is sad to see people stoop so low, trying to bring down someone who is not only doing good business, but setting higher standards for others. Rampal is a stickler for following rules and such rumours are just ridiculous.”
While Rampal is busy juggling between films and LAP’s overseas expansion plans, it has been heard that the actor is planning to open LAP in Mumbai soon.
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