Motorcycle enthusiast and Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi received an e-challan after sharing a video of himself riding with his wife on Valentine’s day. The e-challan was sent by Mumbai Traffic Police to Vivek Oberoi for not wearing a helmet while riding a Harley Davidson bike after Oberoi shared the video online and it became viral. Now he has shared a new video showing a print out of the challan and his other motorcycles parked at his home.
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Vivek Oberoi joined the latest “Pawri ho rahi hai trend” on a video on Instagram. He also showed his other motorcycles in the background. Vivek owns a lot of high-end motorcycles and in the video, he showed the BMW S1000RR and the BMW K1600 GTL in the background. He follows the trend in the video and says that “party kat gayi hai” in the end. Sharing it, Vivek wrote: “This is for you @mumbaipolice #pawtikatgayihai #PawriNahiHoRahiHai.”
In the Valentine’s Day video, Vivek shared a video of himself riding on a brand-new Harley Davidson with his wife. Mumbai Police used the video as evidence and lodged an FIR against the actor under various sections. The police even registered a case against him under IPC sections 188 (Disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) and 269 (Negligent act likely to spread infection of disease dangerous to life). The cops also booked him under the provisions of the Maharashtra COVID-19 Precautionary Measures 2020. The police imposed a fine of Rs 500 on him for not wearing a helmet according to a police officer.
Masks are mandatory in India
What a start of this lovely valentine’s day with Main, Meri patni aur woh! A refreshing joyride indeed!
.@harleydavidson#WohAaGayi #HarleyDavidson #valentinespecial #loveforbikes #bikesofinstagram #loveandwheels#vroomValentine pic.twitter.com/THXrBllOVi
— Vivek Anand Oberoi (@vivekoberoi) February 14, 2021
Masks are mandatory in public places across India. There are separate rules for people driving alone in the car in different states but in most cases, the mask is mandatory even if the person is travelling alone in the vehicle. Masks are also mandatory for the people who are on two-wheelers. The government keeps on changing the rules as per the requirement and spreading the COVID-19 across India. While the authorities are trying their best to ensure that everyone follows the rules and brings down the number of COVID-19 cases even further, there are still many who break the rules.
The government is also closely monitoring new COVID-19 outbreaks in at least six states in India. It also includes Maharashtra. As the number of COVID-19 cases is going up, the authorities are taking strict actions against the people who are not following the rules. Post the video, Mumbai Police handle on social media did write a few banter for Vivek Oberoi and maybe that is why Vivek decided to reply to them using the new meme. Nonetheless, Vivek Oberoi is a biker by heart and he loves to go around the town riding on his expensive machines. In his younger days, he used to be spotted on motorcycles most of the times and even used to reach important events on motorcycles.