Bollywood comedian Rajpal Yadav has impressed the audience with his amazing skills for many years now. The actor, who is currently busy shooting for his upcoming next Netflix’s Kathal in the Katra area of UP’s Pragyaraj, accidentally hit a student with his scooter during the shoot. If reports are to be believed the victim, who identifies as Balaji has filed a complaint against him at the Colonelganj Police station.
As per statement by the student, the actor wasn’t riding his bike appropriately. He also accused the actor of misbehaving and quarrelling with him. Balaji futher added that that team members of the film threatened to kill him, during the altercation. According to a quote by Indiatimes, Yadav lost roe control of the scooter as it was an old one. ALSO READ: Hungama 2 Actor Rajpal Yadav: ‘If I Leave Comedy, What Will I Do?’-EXCLUSIVE
Quoting the Station House Officer of Colonelganj police station, Ram Mohan Rai, the established publication wrote, “The scooter which the actor was riding was an old one. The actor lost control and hit the student after its clutch wire broke. There were no visible injuries to the student. However, further investigation is being carried out following which further action will be taken.”
If a report by Bollywood Hungama is to be believed, that shooting of the film was taking place near the Laxmi Talkies crossing area, which led to ‘massive crowd assembling to catch a glimpse of the film’s shoot’. The shooting was then shifted to another area where the 51-year-old actor was expected to shoot the scene of him riding a scooter. ALSO READ: Rajpal Yadav Has No Regrets Turning Down An Offer To Play Jethalal In Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah
It is also being reported that the actor’s team in their complaint have mentioned that a group of people disrupted the shoot, including the victim Balaji. They firther explained that “all the attempts to halt the shoot occurred despite receiving the required permissions from the district administration.”
The investigation of the matter in underway.
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