Varun Dhawan gets in trouble with Mumbai police after taking selfie

Danny Woods
November 24, 2017

And while the Mumbai Police appreciated Varun Dhawan's effort to not disappoint a fan, they maintained it was a risky move to take the selfie in this fashion! You have risked your life, your admirer's [life] and a few others. The Twitter handle of Mumbai Police have always posted message with humour and a mix of cinema and trending stuff.

The Judwaa 2 actor got a challan this morning in his email after the social media-savvy Mumbai police spotted him clicking a selfie with a fan while both were in their own cars.

The police tweeted with the published picture, saying: "Adventures like these, leaning out of the auto and clicking selfies, only look good on the silver screen and better behaviour was expected from a responsible Mumbaikar". "My apologies, Our cars weren't moving since we were at a traffic signal", adding that he did not want to "hurt the sentiment of a fan" and promised to be careful next time. The actor was guilty of breaking the rules on the roads and taking a selfie with his fans.

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Mumbai Police's tweet got nearly 1.9K retweets and 2.3K likes with an hour. "But next time I'll keep safety in mind and won't encourage this", he tweeted in response to the Mumbai Police. People had a field day by replying with pictures of various celebrities and politicians doing "adventurous" acts on their vehicles.

According to Reuters, India has the world's second-largest road network and one of the highest numbers of road accidents globally. The number of road accidents, however, fell by 4.1 percent y-o-y from 5,01,423 to 4,80,652.

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