The ace Bollywood star Ranbir Kapoor who is loved by his fans globally and in India, but always stays away from social media, got into a lot of trouble. Recently though, Ranbir’s car locked by Mumbai Police for being in no parking zone.
Its only been few days since the tragic demise of his dearest Chimpu uncle, late legendary Bollywood star Rajiv Kapoor who was 58 years old and died due to cardiac arrest, which came as a huge blow to him, but the youngest Kapoor scion got into a controversy yet again where Ranbir’s car locked by Mumbai Police for being in no parking zone.
This is totally true wherein according to the latest news reports, dapper and suave Bollywood star Ranbir’s car locked by Mumbai Police for being in no parking zone.
The star last seen in the hit film Sanju (2019) got mired into trouble recently since his swanky and luxurious car got locked by the Mumbai Police and this action had been taken by the police officials since his car had been parked in the no parking zone.
Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor’s car got into a trouble off late. According to the news reports, his car had been locked by the Mumbai Police who reportedly had to take this strict action because it had been parked in the no parking zone on the streets which forced them to do so.
Ranbir has once again straight away dived into the work mode wherein he resumed shooting once again for Brahmastra. It was also being reported that he went back to the film sets with girlfriend and co-star Alia Bhatt. Also, the South industry megastar NagarJuna had been papped by the paparazzi who arrived in Mumbai where he was spotted since he came in to shoot a fight scene in the film.
According to pictures by a leading digital entertainment portal, indeed Ranbir’s car had been locked by the Mumbai Police officials this weekend at Saturday on 13th February 2021. In the pictures that have been clicked and snapped by the paps, we can clearly see a police officer confiscating the Barfi (2012) fame bonafide star’s vehicle by locking all the tyres of his swanky car. In middle of the busy streets, the police locked his car with a yellow colored lock, making it still and also immobile enough to move from its position because his car had been parked in the no parking zone on the streets.
Also, on the work front, currently Ranbir has big films like Brahmastra with Ayan Mukherji, ace film maker Luv Ranjan’s untitled film with Shraddha Kapoor as female lead and Kabir Singh (2019) fame ace director Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s Animal with Anil Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra.