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Maharashtra Police Warned Priyanka Chopra of 7 Years Imprisonment

Seven Years Imprisonment…’: Captioned the Maharashtra Police ‘Warning’ Farhan and Priyanka Against ‘Heist’. Do you know why!

A dialogue from the upcoming film Sky Is Pink, starring Priyanka Chopra and Farhan Akhtar caught the eye of Maharashtra Police where Priyanka’s character said Farhan’s that they get back to robbing a bank as soon as their daughter Aisha’s health gets better.

Maharashtra Police have thus, given the duo actors Priyanka Chopra and Farhan Akhtar a warning against this scene in their upcoming film “The Sky Is Pink”.

The trailer of “The Sky Is Pink” was unveiled earlier in this week and has caught a lot of attention from the fans.

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Replying on this scene, the Maharashtra Police shared a Tweet that read: “Seven years imprisonment with fine under IPC Section 393.”

Priyanka soon shared her replied on this account saying, “Oops, caught red handed? Time to activate Plan B”

Farhan added further in a mocking flow of the chain, saying, “Never planning a heists on camera again.”

It was interesting to watch the reply that came from the Maharashtra Police in continuation with Farhan’s tweet. The Re-Tweet posted read: “A heist planned anywhere shall be punished with rigorous imprisonment for a term which may extend upto ten years and shall also be liable to fine, under Section 399 The best plan is always not to have such plans in ‘real’ life. #ReelvsReal.”

The trailer of Sky is Pink has currently gone over 16,994,608 views on Youtube. “The Sky Is Pink” is based on a love story of a couple, who lose their daughter suffering from pulmonary fibrosis, which is a serious immune disease. The film also stars Zaira Wasim.

Farhan in response to the overwhelming response has shared a Tweet thanking the fans: “Thank you for the crazy love you’re showing the trailer of our film ‘The Sky Is Pink’… big big hug.”

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Preeti Singh

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