Earlier, Naagin actress Mouni Roy almost escaped an accident while travelling in Mumbai as a rock from metro work fell on her car and today, it happened with the comedian-actress Mallika Dua. The YouTube sensation recently escaped a fatal accident on the roads of Delhi. Soon after the accident happened, Mallika, who has always been very vocal and straightforward took to her Instagram story and shared this news by posting a few photos and videos of her broken car windows that are apparently done by some Delhi localities.
An angry Dua is seen informing us about her safety while she also talked about the tragic incident on how the people broke the car windows with the help of huge rocks in order to stop the car.
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In the video, she also warned her followers by saying that if something like ever happens in Delhi then ‘DO NOT STOP THE CAR.’ That’s not it, she also slammed the Delhi police and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for such things happening there. She also tagged them in her story.
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The videos shared by Mallika looked quite terrifying as the lady didn’t get any injuries thanks to the car net that was on the window. The glass pieces didn’t hurt her but this could have been a tragic incident. We wonder what the Delhi police and Arvind Kejriwal have to say about this incident, will they take any action or not, is something only time will tell.
During Phulwama Attack, Dua had posted an extremely insensitive video on her Instagram handle where she is seen talking about the people who have portrayed ‘fake nationalism’ by moral policing others. However, later the comedian was terribly bashed by the social media people.
Image source: Instagram/ mallikadua
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