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After Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma reprimanded a man for littering on a road, it was actor Ranveer Singh who recently lost his cool and blasted for driving rashly on the road. The other-wise calm actor who is quite a live wire and is often spotted in the city obliging fans with selfies recently had an unpleasant encounter.
Yesterday when Ranveer shared a photo of him on Twitter, one of the user replied to the tweet by posting a video of a furious Ranveer blasting him for rash driving. The man alleged that the 'Simmba' actor abused him in front of his family.
Check out the tweet here-
Badtameez insaaan— Aquariussandesh (@aquariussandesh) September 3, 2018
Baat karne ki tameez nahi tum jaise insaan ko ye bhi nahi pata ki kisi ki maa bahan ke saamne itni gaali kon deta hai pagal insaan agar yahi attitude raha to jaldi hi sadak par aa jayega pahle loge se baat karne ki tameez seekh phir hero bannaa flop actor-😡 pic.twitter.com/KgZqnFfE8e
Reports read that Ranveer lost his temper as the driver had driven past the actor's car in such a dangerous way that it could have also led to a collision. When Ranveer reached out to talk to him, he realized the man was on his mobile phone.
The Twitteratis was quick to point out how the man was at fault and came to Ranveer's defense. One user wrote, "You either tried to overtake or were not driving properly, not only risking other commuters but violating the traffic rules as well..!" Another Twitter user posted, "I'm happy that he scolded you because you were wrong. Instead of filming a video and putting it on social media, learn from your mistake and be a responsible citizen."
A fan even tweeted to the Mumbai Police, asking them to take action against the man who was using a mobile phone while driving.
Meanwhile on the work front, Ranveer has a string of films coming up next which include Rohit Shetty's Simmba, Zoya Akhtar's Gully Boy, Kabir Khan's 83' and Karan Johar's Takht.