R Madhavan Responds To Maharashtra Police's '3 Idiots' Post Warning Against Triple Riding

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Bollywood Actor R Madhavan's response to the 3 Idiots picture shared by the Maharashtra Police on Wednesday has taken the internet by a storm. 

Written By Prachi Mankani | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Bollywood Actor R Madhavan's response to the 3 Idiots picture shared by the Maharashtra Police on Wednesday has taken the internet by a storm. The Maharashtra police in its bid to warn the commuters against triple riding shared a picture of all three main characters of the hit 2009 film 3 Idiots. The picture was from the scene where Madhavan, Aamir Khan, and Sharman Joshi were riding a single scooter without any helmets. 

The picture shared by the Police read, ‘Triple seat. Jaane Nahi Dege Tujhe (We will not let you go)’ 

Coming up with a perfect response for the same, Madhavan replied with a picture of his own from real life. The picture showed Madhavan riding a bike alone and can also be seen wearing a helmet. “I agree WHOLE Heartedly...,” he wrote in his tweet. Netizens also hailed the response by Madhavan. 

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Kareena Kapoor Recalls The '3 Idiots' Experience As It Completes 10 Years In The Industry

Rajkumar Hirani's film 3 Idiots continues to rule the hearts of Bollywood fans and especially students for the inspiring content that the film dealt with. Loosely adapted from writer Chetan Bhagat's novel Five Point Someone, the movie completed 10 years in the film industry on December 25 this year. Kareena Kapoor portrayed the role of Pia Sahastrabuddhe, a capable medical student who goes against the grain and manages to convince her father to change his preconceived notions of education. The actor looked back at the iconic film and proudly stated that 3 Idiots marked the beginning of films with substance, soul, and emotions.

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(image credits: Maharashtra Police twitter)

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