The love of Bollywood stars for their opulent cars is not unknown and in the latest sighting, Ranveer Singh was spotted at the Mumbai Airport boarding his prized Aston Martin Rapide.
In some latest news, Ranveer Singh was seen driving his Aston Martin Rapide out of the Mumbai Airport. As the images of him with his swanky car went viral, a Twitter user uploaded the image of the screenshot he took which shows that the car didn’t have valid insurance. He/She shared the tweet with the public and the news went viral. The fans of Ranveer Singh went all-out and lambasted the Twitter user calling him/her ‘jobless’. Here are the details.
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Ranveer Singh Driving Aston Martin Without Insurance?
A certain Gupta Anna has shared this image on Twitter. In it, the information reveals that the insurance of the car expired in 2020. The electric blue supercar is one of the prized possessions of Ranveer Singh. The Twitter post reads, “@MumbaiPolice Please take strict action on @RanveerOfficial. Insurance Failed car he drove yesterday!! # RanveerSingh”. This Twitter user is clearly asking for strict action against the actor. Replying to this post, the Mumbai Police said, “We have informed traffic brand. @MTPHereToHelp”.
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Needless to say, the massive fan-following of the actor jumped on the Twitter user. One person was quoted saying, “Tera kya jaaraha hai?’ while the other one said, “You are jobless”. Finally, another user said, ” Back date me insurance karwa dega bhai, koi badi baat nhi”. This is the slurry of comments on the post.
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The Rs 4 Crore price tag of the Aston Martin signifies its credentials and attributes. But such cars are not uncommon among the top Bollywood stars. We don’t know the exact status of whether or not the insurance on this car had run out but we would like the Police to do their job to find out the truth and treat this case accordingly. What are your thoughts on this matter?