Satish Maneshinde fees: How much does Aryan Khan's lawyer charge
- Most recently he represented Rhea Chakrobarty in the Sushant Singh Rajput Case
- In his starting years he worked as a junior lawyer under Ram Jhetmalani
- He might represent Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan after he was arrested for consumption of drugs
Advocate Satish Maneshinde is the go-to lawyer of several politicians, celebrities, artists and other famous personalities. The renowned lawyer’s prowess in the field of criminal law has been on display for several years.
The popular lawyer charges a hefty fee. As per a report from Bollywood Life, Maneshinde charges Rs 10 lakh a day for representation.
If rumours are to be believed then, he will be the man representing Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan’s 23-year-old son Aryan Khan. The youngster has been arrested under section 27 of the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act after NCB (Narcotics Control Bureau) conducted a raid on a party held in a cruise ship off the Mumbai coast.
Satish is a native of Dharwad and moved to Mumbai when he was a fresh Law graduate. In 1983, he worked as a junior lawyer under Mr Ram Jethmalani who served as chairman of the Indian Bar Council and as president of the Supreme Court Bar Association.
He worked as an apprentice to Ram while practising civil and criminal law.
Maneshinde became popular in the Bollywood circle after representing Sanjay Dutt at the trial for the 1993 blasts case in the TADA court.
He was also a part of the legal team when Dutt was charged for possessing illegal weapons, being in violation of the Arms Act in 2007.
Salman Khan is also a trusted client of the experienced lawyer. Allegedly, Satish got the actor bail during a drunk-driving case which led to a fatality. He might have represented the Dabangg star in the 1998 blackbuck poaching case as well.
Other high-profile case where Maneshinde was the representative are that of controversial Mumbai Police Inspector Daya Nayak, Rakhi Sawant in an abetment to suicide case, Chhota Rajan’s wife Sujata Nikalje’s organised crime case and Shoban Mehta’s match-fixing case.