Zareen Khan Driver Arrested | Getting Road Accident

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Actress Zareen Khan recently met with an accident where a man slammed his scooter into her car and died. The bike crashed into the actor’s vehicle from behind in Goa’s Anjuna territory, the biker lost his life. The relatives of the 31-year-old deceased man have now accused Zareen Khan driver, claiming he had taken an unexpected turn without using a signal.

He recognized as 31-year-old Nitesh Goral, a resident of Mapusa, had tumbled off the bike and faced head injuries after which he was moved to the Asilo Hospital where he passed away. Vishal, the deceased man’s brother, stated that the actress’ ‘happiness‘ caused him to suffer the loss of his brother.

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While the Bollywood actress was present in the vehicle, her driver Ali Abbas was behind the steering wheels. When the incident unfurled, the Anjuna Police in Goa has documented a case against the actress’ driver, Abbas Ali. He has arrested him and recorded the Zarine’s statement as well.

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The 31-year-old Veer star had as of late stood out as truly newsworthy. She filed a case against her previous manager for sending her unethical messages.

According to India TV, the actress has sustained minor injuries and is shaken by the incident. The report also confirmed that the biker was not wearing a helmet at the time of the incident. In the wake of appearing alongside Salman Khan in Veer, Zareen Khan has acted in films like Hate Story 3 and Housefull 2. Her last trip at the theaters was Vikram Bhatt’s blood and guts movie 1921.

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Talking With Media:

The actress opened up about the incident to media and said that the accident had truly damaged her and that she did not stop crying after the incident. Khan’s said her heart went out to a man of the deceased. She stated that she’d not had the chance to meet the injured family before she flew out of Goa. The actress sent out a message to wheel riders as well and asked them to wear helmets and safe life.