Disha Patani's Bodyguard Gets Into A Fight With Paparazzi, Manager Apologizes Later; Watch

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The 'Malang' actress was recently spotted getting out a movie theatre when the photographers hounded for a picture and her guard got into a fight with pap.

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:
Disha Patani

While some celebrities embrace the idea of being around paparazzi, some maintain a love-hate relationship. Being around paparazzi isn't easy as one has to deal with a lot of issues on the ground.

On Sunday, Disha Patani's bodyguard got into a heated argument with popular pap Viral Bhayani's photographer Kuttub.

In the video shared on Instagram, the guard was escorting Disha to her car after watching a film when suddenly he pushed Kuttub so that he can open the door for Disha. While the photographer tried telling the guard that he was only asking for a picture, the guard was in no mood to listen to him and war of words escalated later.

According to the caption by Viral Bhayani, Disha's manager later apologised to the photographer. Watch the video below.

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On the work front, Disha Patani was last seen in the movie Malang opposite Aditya Roy Kapur. The Mohit Suri directorial also starred Anil Kapoor and Kunal Kemmu in pivotal roles. She was hugely acknowledged for her acting and her screen presence.

In the coming future, the actor will be seen in the Prabhu Deva directorial and Salman Khan starrer Radhe- Your Most Wanted Bhai. It will also star Jackie Shroff and Randeep Hooda in pivotal roles.

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