Indore resident files complaint against Vicky Kaushal for using his vehicle number in film sequence
An Indore resident has filed a police complaint against Vicky Kaushal for alleged illegal use of the number plate of his vehicle.
Legal troubles seem to be mounting in for actor Vicky Kaushal. According to the latest reports, an Indore resident has filed a police complaint against Kaushal for alleged illegal use of the number plate of his vehicle. The complaint was lodged after pictures of Vicky, riding a bike on the streets of Indore with his co-star Sara Ali Khan, went viral on the internet.
The complainant reportedly claimed that the vehicle number used by the Uri actor in the movie sequence is his and that Vicky can’t use that number plate without his permission. Also Read: 10 Bollywood Movie Death Scenes That Will Surely Make You Cry
ANI quoted the complainant Jai Singh Yadav as saying, “The vehicle number used in the movie sequence is mine. I don’t know if the film unit is aware of it but this is illegal. They can’t use my number plate without permission. I have given a memorandum at the station.
Action should be taken in the matter.” Rajendra Soni, Sub-inspector in Indore’s Banganga area, told the news agency, “We received a complaint. We will see whether the number plate was used illegally. Action will be taken as per provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act. If the film unit is in Indore, we will try probing them.” Also Read: SS Rajamouli To Rohit Shetty: Here’s How Much 10 Of India’s Biggest Film Directors Get Paid
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Several pictures of Vicky Kaushal and Sara Ali Khan surfaced on social media after the actors were spotted on the streets of Indore shooting for their upcoming film. To note, the details of the film have been kept under wrap. The title has also not been announced till now. Vicky was spotted shooting for the film after his wedding with Katrina Kaif.
Vicky and Sara are also set to feature on-screen in Aditya Dhar’s ‘The Immortal Ashwatthama‘. The film that is expected to be a trilogy, was recently put on hold due to funding issues.