Bollywood actors Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani Patani landed up in trouble recently when they headed out amidst the lockdown in the city. According to a report, the actors were pulled over by Mumbai Police in a car drive on Tuesday. Tiger and Disha are rumoured to be dating for a while now. The duo has often been clicked returning from vacations together and heading out for lunch and dinners. Although they have been rumoured to be dating, both of them have maintained they are just friends.
According to a report in ETimes, Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani were stopped by the Mumbai Police when they were enjoying a car drive in Bandra. The report mentioned that the rumoured couple was stopped during the second round at Bandstand in Mumbai’s Bandra. As per the report, a source revealed that Tiger and Disha were enjoying a peaceful drive in Bandra after their gym session.
In pictures reported, the Flying Jatt actor was sitting in the back seat of the car. Disha Patani, on the other hand, was sitting in the front seat of the car. When the police officials stopped the actors' car, they checked their Aadhar card and completed other required formalities. As per the report, Disha Patani and Tiger Shroff left soon after they were checked.
Meanwhile, the pictures saw the Malang actress dressed in gym wear. She was wearing a white tank top and had her tresses left down. On the work front, Disha was last seen in Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai co-starring Salman Khan. The film was directed by Prabhudeva and also starred Randeep Hooda, Jackie Shroff, Megha Akash and Zarina Wahab. Disha is also to feature in Ekta Kapoor’s movie KTina. She has Ek Villain 2 as well. Tiger will be seen in Heropanti 2. He also has Ganpath and Baaghi 4 in the pipeline. Also Read: Janhvi Kapoor Recalls The Advice Her Mother Sridevi Once Gave Her: ‘Never Depend On Anyone’
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