Ajay Devgan Viral Controversy Video : Actor Ajay Devgn's office issued a statement clarifying that a video of a person involved in the Delhi dispute is being broadcast. The video shows two people using unnatural language outside a pub, and one of the men in a white shirt is believed to be mistaken with Ajay.
Ajay is mistaken by a man wearing a white shirt. Team Ajay Devgan has reacted to the same.
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In the statement : "Post the promotion of Tanhaji - The Unsung Warrior in January 2020, Ajay Devgan has not been to Delhi. Therefore, the media reports of the inclusion of superstars outside the Delhi pub is absolutely baseless and untrue. We ask news agencies and media. Ajay Devgan Viral Controversy Video; Note that Mr. Devgan has been in Mumbai full time for 'Maidan', 'Mayday' and 'Gangubai Kathiawadi' and has not set foot in the capital in 14 months. All media are requested to do cross-checking before inserting anything. Also Read : Ajay Devgan Beaten in Delhi, Fight News
One of his vehicles was "lightly touched", after which two people were arrested. Those arrested have been identified as Janakupuri resident Taranjit Singh (31), who works as a car salesman and Naveen Kumar (29) from Chawla village, who is a property dealer. While both have no criminal record, police said that other defendants involved in the fight were being identified.
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Now reacting to the rumors, Ajay has issued an explanation. He wrote: "Some 'doppelgangers' have hit me hard. I am getting related calls. Just to clarify in Ajay Devgan Viral Controversy Video, I have not traveled anywhere. All the reports about my involvement in the dispute are unfounded. You get Holi Wish you all the best. " A tweet.
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Even Ajay reacted to the video by tweeting: "Some of my 'doppelgangers' have gotten me into trouble. I'm getting related calls. Just to clarify, I haven't traveled anywhere. All reports about me being in controversy. Unfounded. Happy parties."