Varun Dhawan Sued By Mumbai Police for Breaking Traffic Rules and Taking Selfies

Varun Dhawan, the rising superstar of Bollywood and most popular young talented actor got ill-fated this time, for getting sued by the Mumbai Police. The star popular among the youths for his brilliant acting, social media trend setter for good sense of fashion and cute smile, got unlucky this time.

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As Varun Dhawan was riding his car on the Mumbai roads. On the traffic signal he was seen taking a selfie with his fan who is inside another vehicle. Varun shared an image on the social media where he is clicking a picture with a fan.
The fan was in an auto that stood beside Varun’s car. She seems to take a picture of Varun who is posing on his driver seat looking at the fan’s camera. And on the next image, Varun is seen to be taking his head’s out and clicking a selfie with his fan. Moreover, Varun was not even wearing a seat belt.

Mumbai Police immediately took the picture into strict notice and slammed a case against Varun. Mumbai Police was in no way let the matter go, just because he is a celebrity. Treating him like a normal citizen, the police took the issue as a criminal offence and that Varun Dhawan has broken the traffic rules.

Mumbai Police also Twitted against the picture of Varun, stating that an E-Challan receipt is on his way home. 

Mumbai Police twitted, “@Varun_dvn These adventures surely work on D silver screed but certainly not on the roads of Mumbai! U have risked ur life, ur admirer’s life & few others. V expect better from a responsible Mumbaikar& youth icon like U! An E-Challan is on d way 2 ur home. Next time, V will B harsher”

Mumbai Police is absolutely right on the legal and societal point of view. Fisrt of all, Varun was not wearing seat belt. Secondly, he took his head out of his car, which is surely very risky. And thirdly, being the youth icon and a citizen of the country, he broke the rule and also took his admirer’s life in danger.

Varun Dhawan didn’t remain silent on this issue. He undertood and realized his fault and immediately seeked apology to the Mumbai Police. He tweeted, “My apologies Our cars weren’t moving since we were at a traffic signal and I didn’t want to hurt the sentiment of a fan but next time I’ll keep safety in mind and won’t encourage this”

Varun’s realization makes him a real youth icon and a responsible citizen indeed. We also expect from this incident that icons, our idols, celebrities who become a role model for all the fans shall maintain a social decorum, decency and shall abide by the laws for their own sake and for all the people who follows and observes them.


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