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Actor Pratik Gandhi says cops humiliated him during Modi bandobast

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Actor Pratik Gandhi says cops humiliated him during Modi bandobast


Mumbai: Hundreds of thousands of Mumbaikars suffer every day in the traffic chaos, not just during the morning and the evening rush hours, but also late in the night. Situation along the Western Express Highway (WEH) is especially nerve-jangling, considering the never-ending Metro work that results in the commute from South Mumbai to Borivali and beyond stretching up to three hours. No politician from any party, or officials from the government agencies bother about the plight of the common people.

Every now and then, however, when a celebrity gets a taste of what the common Mumbaikars suffer, all hell breaks loose. On Sunday night, actor Pratik Gandhi, who shot to limelight after his portrayal of stock broker Harshad Mehta in the web series Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story, alleged misbehaviour from the police after he was stuck in traffic on the WEH. The traffic was halted as Prime Minister Narendra Modi was scheduled to land in Mumbai to attend the Lata Mangeshkar Award event in Sion.

Gandhi took to Twitter, where he shared that he was “almost pushed” into a marble warehouse by the police when he decided to get down from his car on a jammed highway to report to shoot. “Mumbai WEH is jammed coz of ‘VIP’ movement, I started walking on the roads to reach the shoot location and Police caught me by shoulder and almost pushed me in some random marble warehouse to wait without any discussion. #humiliated,” the actor tweeted.

On Saturday, the city traffic…

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