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Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma wants to kiss Cyberabad Police nonstop for 39 days. Here is why

Ram Gopal Varma is thrilled that Cyberabad Traffic Police issued challan to him for violating traffic rules.

Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma wants to kiss Cyberabad Police nonstop for 39 days. He even says that if he had a second daughter, he would’ve married her to Cyberabad Police. The reason is Cyberabad Police sent him a challan. No, not for unleashing Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag on unsuspecting audience years ago, but for violating traffic rules.

Yesterday, Varma posted on Twitter a video of himself riding pillion on a bike, with two others, asking where is the Police. He said that the Police may be busy watching the film ‘Is Smart Shankar’ and hence he was flaunting how he was flouting traffic rules.

The Police, however, did not take it too kindly. Turns out, an alert citizen informed Cyberabad Police about the traffic rules violation, following which Cyberabad Police swung into action. The police issued an e-challan to Varma.

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The Cyberabad Police then informed Varma via Twitter that while they were grateful that Varma was reporting traffic rules violation, they hope next time he actually follow the same himself. They even attached copy of the challan issued.

Extremely thrilled at receiving the challan, Varma took to Twitter to thank them.

Earlier, Mumbai Police has also used Twitter effectively to teach celebrities a lesson or two in traffic rules as well as humility. In November 2017, the Mumbai Police reprimanded film actor Varun Dhavan for taking a selfie in middle of the road at a traffic signal. The picture was published in the tabloid Mid-day, which showed Dhavan obliging a visibly excited fan in an autorickshaw next to his car by stretching out of his car and taking a selfie. Mumbai Police reprimanded Dhavan and said that such stunts look good only in films, in real life they could be a threat to him, the fan and even other commuters on the road. They said as a responsible Mumbaikar, they expect better from him. Mumbai Police even issued a challan to Dhavan.

Similarly, in December last year, a video of Actor Dulquer Salman shot by Sonam Kapoor went viral in the social media. In the video, Salman was seen fidgeting with his mobile phone while sitting on the driver seat in a moving car and Sonam Kapoor, who appeared to be shooting the video, was heard saying ‘weirdo’ to Salman. When Mumbai Police reprimanded them for such a stunt, Sonam went defensive and asked Mumbai Police to take so much interest in ‘regular folks’ as well.

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