Actor Vivek Oberoi was in the news when Mumbai police fined him for not wearing a helmet while having fun with his wife on his new bike. The actor has now shared a video, introducing the practice of ‘Pawri Hori Hai’.
Participating, Vivek Oberoi wrote: “This is for you @mumbaipolice #pawtikatgayihai #PawriNahiHoRahiHai.” The video shows Vivek holding an e-challan that contradicts his name as he mentions the famous lines of young Pakistani influence while one of his hashtags says he had no party (party).
He says: “Yeh hum hai, yeh Hamari bikes hai aur yeh hamari pawti katt gayi hai (me, these are my bikes and e-challan in my name)
In his Valentine’s Day video, which he shared with the actor on social media, he was seen riding a brand-new motorcycle without a helmet or face mask.
The FIR was also registered against him under sections 188 of the IPC (Non-compliance with official orders issued by a public servant) and 269 (negligent act that may have spread life-threatening infections) and provisions of the Maharashtra COVID-19 -19 Precautionary Measures 2020 and the Motor Vehicles Act, said the official.
A fine of ₹ 500 was imposed on him for not wearing a helmet, an official said.
On Valentine’s Day, she shared a video with her new bike and wrote: ” Happy Valentine’s Day! What a wonderful start to this Valentine’s Day with Main, Meri patni aur woh! A truly refreshing joyride!”
Source: Hindustan Times