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Hrithik Roshan-Tiger Shroff’s YRF film’s junior artistes booked by police


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Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff‘s upcoming YRF actioner has been in the news since the past many months. The film’s junior artistes, Balram Ginwala and Arbaaz khan, were booked by the police for creating panic and disruption of peace among citizens.

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The reason for the aforementioned was that the two junior artistes were roaming about on the streets of Mumbai dressed as terrorists from the film. Well, it’s one thing to actually be a terrorist and another thing to be dressed as them and then instill a sense of fear among the masses. The two actors must have been more careful.

Not only them, the movie’s production unit in-charge have also been booked by the police.

It all began when Anil Mahajan, a bank watchman and ex-BSF personnel, informed the police on May 27 of having spotted two individuals dressed as bombers. They were spotted roaming in Palghar.

Police was quite swift as they took action with the help of CCTV footage. They stopped the bus in which the two were travelling. On inquiry, it was found that the bus was headed for a movie shoot. The two people who were the suspects in this matter, Balram and Arbaaz, were actually side-actors from the YRF film. Anil Mahajan was felicitated by the police for his alertness.

Directed by Siddharth Anand, the yet-untitled film will also star Vaani Kapoor besides Tiger Shroff and Hrithik Roshan. When Tiger Shroff was asked recently about the film, he had quipped, “The idea (of this film) is to get Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt of ‘Mission Impossible’ versus James Bond, together in the same film. That’s the idea.

The film is slated to release on October 2.

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