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Pratik Gandhi claims the police humiliated him during the ‘Vip Movement’ in Mumbai

Scam 1992 fame actor Pratik Gandhi, took to Twitter on Sunday evening to express his displeasure with the enormous traffic jams he experienced in Mumbai. The actor was attempting to reach his shooting location in the city’s suburbs. However, due to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit, the city’s vital Western Express Highway (WEH) was closed to VIP traffic. PM Modi arrived in the city on Sunday evening, receiving the first Lata Deenanath Mangeshkar Award from the veteran singer’s family.

In his tweet, Pratik Gandhi revealed that he eventually began walking due to the snail-pace movement of cars. His tweet, “Mumbai WEH is jammed coz of “VIP” movement. I started walking on the roads to reach the shoot location and Police caught me by the shoulder. And almost pushed me in some random marble warehouse to wait till without any discussion. #humiliated.”

The Scam 1992 actor’s fans also empathised with him. One Twitter user said, “Har Baar ” Risk Hain Toh Ishq Hain “, nahin hota Mota Bhai.” To which, the actor replied, “Bhai Koi risk nahi sirf kaam pe jaa raha tha (No risk, was only going to work).”

On the work front, Pratik Gandhi has several interesting projects in the pipeline. His most recent announcement was the film Phule with Patralekhaa. “Honoured to take Mahatma Phule’s legacy to the world as an actor along with @patralekhaa in #Phule On the occasion of 195th birth anniversary of Jyotiba Phule, unveiling the first look of ‘Phule’, the Hindi biopic, directed by @ananthmahadevanofficial produced by Content Engineers & Dancing Shiva Productions,” the actor had announced.


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