FIR filed against Hrithik Roshan-Preity Zinta’s Koi Mil Gaya co-star Rajat Bedi for allegedly hitting man with his car

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In a surprising turn of events, actor Rajat Bedi, best known for his roles in Koi Mil Gaya and Jaani Dushman is currently in the hot waters. As per the latest reports, an FIR has been lodged against Hrithik Roshan and Preity Zinta co-star Rajat who has allegedly hit a man with his own car. According to a news agency ANI, a case has been registered against the actor in DN Nagar police station under relevant Sections of the IPC and Motor Vehicles Act. However, after the mishap, the actor immediately took the victim to the Cooper hospital who is said to be in critical condition.

ANI tweet read, “Case registered against actor Rajat Bedi in DN Nagar PS for allegedly hitting a person with his car in Andheri area The actor brought the injured to Cooper hospital, where he (actor) told he had hit the victim with his car. Victim admitted to hospital: DN Nagar police.” Moreover, according to a report in Mid-Day, a senior inspector Milind Kurde revealed that no arrest has been made yet regarding the case. However, a doctor who is treating the victim told the portal, “His condition is too critical, as he sustained head injuries. He is in the ICU and on oxygen support. He urgently needs blood.”

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Meanwhile, the victim’s wife accused the actor of hitting her husband in an intoxicated state of mind. She even mentioned that the actor hit him when he was crossing the roads, thus causing injuries to the back and his head. 

“The incident occurred at 6.30 pm when my husband was returning from work and he was drunk. Actor Rajat Bedi, who was driving his car with the licence number MH 02 CD 4809, hit my husband when he was crossing the Road. He fell down, sustaining injuries to the back of his head,” the statement read.

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