The Mumbai traffic police issued a challan to Kartik Aaryan's car on Saturday for parking on the wrong side while he was visiting the Siddhivinayak Temple.
Last Updated: 05.22 AM, Feb 19, 2023
With their witty posts, the Mumbai Police social media team frequently makes internet users laugh out loud. The agency's social media account posted a picture on Saturday that featured some intriguing wordplay and hinted that Kartik Aaryan's car had received a ticket for parking in the wrong place. The official account of the traffic police ensured that no one could disobey traffic laws, even if he is the Shehzada, by using the dialogue and title of his film.
“Problem? Problem yeh thi ki the car was parked on the wrong side! Don’t do the ‘Bhool’ of thinking that ‘Shehzadaas’ can flout traffic rules. #RulesAajKalAndForever,” the tweet read.
The incident appears to have taken place when Kartik Aaryan went outside on Saturday morning to the Siddhivinayak Temple to ask for blessings for his most recent film, Shehzada.
Kartik Aaryan bought the attention-grabbing vehicle, a black Lamborghini Urus, in 2021. The price of the opulent vehicle exceeds Rs 3 crore. The actor reportedly paid an additional Rs 50 lakh to fly the model directly from Italy instead of having to wait a long time.
Besides starring in it, Kartik Aaryan also produced Shehzada, the Telugu film Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo's remake. After being released on Friday, it has had a poor start at the box office. Shah Rukh Khan's Pathaan, which has been playing in theatres for more than three weeks, and Marvel's newest offering, Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, gave the movie with fierce competition on its opening day.