Troll Tells Arjun Rampal To Drive Alto, Not Range Rover In Mumbai Rains, Actor Gives Back ‘Befitting’ Reply

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 06 September 2019, 01:31 PM
Troll Tells Arjun Rampal To Drive Alto, Not Range Rover In Mumbai Rains (Photo: Twitter)
Troll Tells Arjun Rampal To Drive Alto, Not Range Rover In Mumbai Rains (Photo: Twitter)
HIGHLIGHTS
    • On Wednesday, Mumbai saw heavy downpour that forced public transport services to be put on a halt.
    • Praising Indian cars, Arjun wrote, ‘’Only Indian cars survive in this weather. Be safe. Drive Indian’’

     

     

     

     

     

     

With the city of Mumbai submerged in heavy rain water, Arjun Rampal on Wednesday took to his Instagram to post about the situation the city is in. Sharing a video of the flooded alleys, Rampal, writing how expensive luxury cars failed to move through the water wrote, "Only Indian cars survive in this weather. Be safe. Drive Indian."

His post however was met with a sore eye by one of the troll who commented on his post by writing, "What rubbish bro so you also stop using Range Rover and buy a Maruti alto @rampal72". To which Arjun replied, "Took the video from my Alto".

Check out the video and the conversation below:

 

Interestingly enough, many other user also rushed to Rampal’s side schooling the user and of cars. ‘’dude... Range Rover is from Land Rover, which is owned by Jaguar, which is owned by Tata... So I guess Range Rover is Indian...’’ wrote one user replying to the troll asking Rampal to buy Maruti alto.

‘’alto800 is japanese and range rover is Indian because suzuki is japanese and range rover is owned by tata’’ another also replied.

On Wednesday, Mumbai was brought at a standstill following heavy outpour that resulted in train and flight services being disrupted. A holiday was declared for schools and junior colleges in and around the city and a red alert was declared as weather forecast suggested more rain.

 

First Published: Friday, September 06, 2019 01:22 PM

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