Kartik Aaryan Lands In Trouble With Mumbai Traffic Police After Siddhivinayak Temple Visit

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Last Update: February 19, 2023, 11:02 IST

Kartik Aaryan was slammed by the Mumbai Traffic Police for parking his vehicle at the wrong place.

Kartik Aaryan was slammed by the Mumbai Traffic Police for parking his vehicle at the wrong place.

Kartik Aaryan was challaned in a strange way from the official Twitter handle of Mumbai Traffic Police.

After Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 and Freddy, Kartik Aaryan is back to entertain his fans with his latest action film Shehzada which is the Hindi remake of Allu Arjun starrer Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo. When the film released this Friday, the actor along with his parents went to the Siddhivinayak temple to offer prayers. But the traffic police challaned the actor for parking his luxurious Lamborghini Urus in a no parking zone.

On Saturday, the official Twitter handle of the Mumbai Traffic Police shared the picture of the car on its timeline with a witty caption, a play on words from Kartik Aaryan’s monologue in Pyaar Ka Punchnama. It read, “Problem? The problem was that the car was parked on the wrong side! Don’t make the mistake of thinking that ‘Shehzada’ can flout traffic rules. #RulesAajKalAndForever.”

Reacting to this quirky way of issuing a ticket, several netizens were thoroughly impressed while others pointed out traffic discrepancies that’ve been looked over. One of them wrote, “It’s nice to make an example. But such proactive duty needs to be practiced all over the city.” Another comment read, “Sirf ek ‘Shehzada’ ko fine maarke aapko lag raha hai ke ‘Dhamaka’ kar diya. Nukkad pe milenge. Yeh kaisi ‘Luka Chuppi’ khel ho aap? Kabhi toh wrong side drivers ka bhi ‘Punchnama’ karo ji.”

Meanwhile, talking about Karthik Aryan’s Shehzada, the first day box office collection of the film is out. Film critic and film trade analyst Taran Adarsh ​​took to Twitter to announce the first day collection of Shehzada. He shared that the film grossed Rs 6 crore on its opening day, and remained sluggish in the mass circuit. However, the film may recover its momentum on the second day, as it is a holiday on Shivratri, which may improve the business.

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