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Arjun Rampal's 'Drive Indian' Video Amid Mumbai Rains Is Inarguable

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Published:


  • Arjun Rampal shares a video saying 'Drive Indian' amid heavily water-logged Mumbai
  • The actor gets trolled for driving a luxury car but his sharp reply saying he was in an 'Alto' is totally winning the Internet.
  • Anand Mahindra too reacts on a video that shows a luxury car being stranded on Mumbai streets while Mahindra Bolero passes by smoothly

Amid heavy and non-stop Mumbai rains, Arjun Rampal shared a video on his Instagram handle saying 'Drive Indian' as a German based luxury car was seen stranded on the Mumbai water-logged streets while other cars were moving past the luxury red car on the road. The video instantly went viral and received over 3 lakh views. But one user dropped a negative comment on the video and Arjun had a sharp response to the troll.

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One Instagram user wrote: "What rubbish bro so you also stop using Range Rover and buy a Maruti alto." Arjun had the perfect reply lined up, "Took the video from my Alto." The troll replied, "Nice bro appreciated. Donate your range rover to me." And minutes later, another user wrote: "Alto 800 is Japanese and Range Rover is Indian because Suzuki is Japanese and Range Rover is owned by Tata."

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Another fan posted a video of Mahindra Bolero passing smoothly in a heavy water-logged area in Mumbai while luxury car Jaguar was stuck amid high water levels. Mahindra Group Chairman, Anand Mahindra took to his Twitter handle and reacted to the video. He wrote: "We won’t brag over this. It’s an unfair contest. The Bolero’s meant to negotiate such landscapes (seascapes?)But now you know why the Bolero’s my favourite vehicle to drive. "Jaguar gets stuck in Mumbai floods: Mahindra Bolero drives through like a BOSS". Watch the video below -

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A lull in the rains offered much-needed respite to Mumbai on Thursday with train and road traffic returning to normal. Suburban trains came to a standstill and roads in low-lying areas were water-logged on Wednesday following a heavy downpour. Schools and junior colleges in the city would remain closed on Thursday following a government directive.

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