The first person on that list is Varun Dhawan, who in November 2017 opted to lean out of his stationary car to appear in a fan's selfie out of consideration for the fan's sentiments.
The Mumbai Police recently issued a challan to Bollywood star Kartik Aaryan for leaving his Lamborghini Urus within a no-parking area when he was visiting the Siddhivinayak temple in Mumbai.
In contrast to Varun Dhawan, Sara Ali Khan received a challan from the Delhi police when she was filming a movie. The actress was spotted pillion riding beside Kartik Aaryan when the movie was being produced by Imtiaz Ali. Sara Ali Khan lacked a helmet, although Kartik Aaryan was spotted using one.
Kunam Kemmu, a fan of fast motorbikes, was recently given a Rs. 500 punishment after a social media user published images of the actor enjoying his Ducati Monster with no headgear.
Aayush Sharma, Salman Khan's brother-in-law, was spotted riding a scooter in Gujarat alongside Warina Hussain, his co-star, to promote a film, and the Gujarat police allegedly issued a Rs 100 challan for each individual.
When one of the stars gave up their automobiles for a scooter to avoid the paparazzi outside of a restaurant, the Mumbai police began to investigate both actors. After being charged with various offenses, including driving while intoxicated and driving on the wrong side of the road for about 1.5 kilometers, they were ultimately given a challan.
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