Money Loaned - I have given 35K Money Loaned - I have given 35K

I have given 35K to one of my friend with the promise of returning the money, but the person is not responding to my calls and messages when I am asking my money back. I need to know if there is a legal way I can approach the person in order to get my money back please.
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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Responded 2 months ago

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A.Dear Sir,
It is a small amount and you cannot recover in legal way since legal expenses are more than the amount you lent.
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A.Dear client, in my humble suggestion, you can approach the Court and file for a suit regarding the same.
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