Hrithik Roshan enters into a brawl with photo-journalist


Bollywood superhero Hrithik Roshan is hitting the headlines for all wrong reasons. The actor entered into a brawl with a photo-journalist after the latter clicked his photograph when he was shooting for Ashutosh Gowariker’s ‘Mohenjo Daro’.

Mumbai Mirror photographer Raju Shelar was taking picture of Hrithik from distance when the actor was shooting a climax of the period love story inside China Creek at Thane's Godhbunder Road Sunday last. The photographer was trying to get some exclusive picture from the shoot when he was grabbed by the actor’s security guard.

The guard not only stopped the photographer from clicking pictures but also snatched his camera and handed over to Hrithik. The actor not only made a sarcastic remark saying he should be given a glass of water for all his hard work but also went into his vanity van with the camera and Shelar was asked to wait till the shoot was over.

After the shoot, instead of returning the camera, he asked Shelar to collect the camera next day at 11 am from his Juhu residence. Next day, when the photographer arrived at his residence, he was made to wait for five hours as Hrithik was fast asleep. The actor continued to trouble the photographer. The actor came and then demanded to speak to his boss and also insisted apology from the newspaper.

The leading paper strongly reacted to the incident, telling the actor that he had no business snatching away someone's private property and that if Shelar's equipment was not returned, they would file a complaint, Hrithik's replied to their warning, “I will think about it."

The newspaper contacted Thane Police Commissioner Parambir Singh and as Shelar left Hrithik's house to file a police complaint, he got a call from Hrithik's spokesperson asking Raju to come back and collect his camera.