WATCH: Ishaan Khatter runs into trouble with traffic police, Dhadak actor’s bike gets towed
Bollywood actor Ishaan Khatter had to pay the price for parking his bike in a no-parking zone.
- Ishaan Khatter paid the price for parking his bike in a no-parking zone
- The actor's bike got towed by traffic police truck
- Ishaan was last seen in Dhadak
It so happened that Ishaan was at a Bandra restaurant to enjoy a post workout. While exiting the café, the ‘Beyond The Clouds’ actor saw that traffic police towed his bike. He immediately ran to the cops and asked them to release his bike.
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Ishaan had to pay a fine of Rs 500 to the cops and he was not too please with the presence of the paparazzi at the café, the report in SpotboyE said.
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Ishaan Khatter is not the only Bollywood celeb, who was caught breaking the traffic rules. ‘Kalank’ actor Varun Dhawan was issued a challan for taking a selfie with a fan from his car. Mumbai Police reprimanded the ‘Sui Dhaaga’ actor for his selfie stunt on the roads.
‘Simmba’ actress Sara Ali Khan also caught the ire of fans after a video of her riding a bike without helmet went viral on the internet. A police complaint was filed against the ‘Love Aaj Kal 2’ actress for riding a pillion.
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