Recently, a video of a brawl outside a pub in Delhi’s Aerocity took social media by storm. It went absolutely viral on social media, and a few people assumed that the man in the video was Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn. The video showed a person in a white shirt, which many people thought was Ajay Devgn. However, the actor’s team issued a clarification, in which they denied Ajay Devgn’s presence at Aerocity in Delhi, and called the rumours baseless and untrue. Now, the actor has himself clarified about this, and wrote that the reports about him being in a brawl are baseless.
Ajay Devgn took to his Twitter, and wrote that it seems some ‘doppelganger’ of his has gotten into trouble. He denied traveling anywhere, and revealed that he has been getting calls from people who were worried about the actor. “Some ‘doppelgänger’ of mine seems to have got into trouble. I’ve been getting concerned calls. Just clarifying, I’ve not traveled anywhere. All reports regarding me being in any brawl are baseless. Happy Holi," he tweet.
Meanwhile, India Today quoted Ajay Devgn’s spokesperson saying that the actor did not visit Delhi after the promotion of Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior, and that was in January 2020.
Some ‘doppelgänger’ of mine seems to have got into trouble.— Ajay Devgn (@ajaydevgn) March 29, 2021
I’ve been getting concerned calls. Just clarifying, I’ve not traveled anywhere. All reports regarding me being in any brawl are baseless. Happy Holi
In the statement, the spokesperson further said that the media reports of Ajay Devgn being a part of the brawl are completely baseless and untrue. Ajay Devgn had been in Mumbai the entire time shooting for his upcoming films Maidaan, MayDay and Gangubai Kathiawadi. ALSO READ: The Big Bull Teaser: Ajay Devgn Introduces Abhishek Bachchan In First Rushes Of The Film; Makers Reveal Trailer Release Date-WATCH Video
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