Ayushmann Khurrana’s brother Aparshakti gets into a brawl with police
Ayushmann Khurrana’s brother Aparshakti entered into a brawl with Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) at Mumbai airport when he was prohibited from entering a restricted area. Aparshakti lost his temper as he lost his baggage and got into a serious argument with police authorities.
“He dashed into the restricted area but a few passengers
caught him and he was arrested immediately by the Sahar Airport Police,” reveals
Confirming the same, Baburao Mukhedkar, senior police inspector, Sahar police station, informed Mirror. “Aparshakti was sent into 24-hour remand for assaulting and threatening people in uniform.”
When his lawyer turned up and informed the police that he is actor Ayushmann’s brother, they refused to grant him any concessions. The cops kept Ayushmann waiting for long hrs. The actor begged pardon profusely for his brother’s bad behavior. Aparshakti was later granted bail.
The Mumbai police has now filed a 50-page charge sheet which is going to be presented in court this week. “Aparshakti has been served notice and has to be present in court too. If found guilty, he may get a three-five year prison sentence,” informs a source.
A popular radio and television jockey in Delhi, Aparshakti debuted with Aamir Khan’s ‘Dangal’. The Chandigarh-born actor had also captained the under-19 Haryana cricket team.