Items stolen from Annu Kapoor
Bollywood actor Annu Kapoor is in France for a holiday these days. But, little did he know that this accident would happen to him during his trip. Actually, an accident happened with Annu Kapoor in a country like France. Yes, his belongings were stolen during his Europe tour. Which he informed his fans on social media. The actor has shared a video on social media. In which he told how his belongings were stolen.
Annu Kapoor shared the video
Sharing the video, Annu Kapoor posted and wrote- ‘I am on a tour of Europe, but sadly my belongings have been stolen here. He told that Prada’s bag was stolen in Paris, in which a lot of franc cash and euros were kept. It also contained my iPad, diary, credit card. Everything got stolen. If you go to Paris, be very careful. There are a number of idiots, thieves and pocket sacks here. I will go and file a complaint at the police station now.
Advised fans to be careful
The actor further told that some railway officials here supported him. At the same time, while advising his fans to be careful, he said that whenever you come here, be very careful. A big tragedy has happened to me. But thankfully I had the passport with me.
Fans gave this reaction
After watching this video of Annu Kapoor, fans are constantly giving their feedback. One user wrote that – Very bad happened. At the same time, another user wrote about an incident in France with his mother and wrote- ‘Very sad to hear this. But I relate to it. A lot of our money was stolen from my mom’s bag at the Paris Eiffel Tower in 2015. It’s heart breaking’.
Annu Kapoor’s last film
On the work front, Annu Kapoor was last seen in Chehre opposite Amitabh Bachchan which was released in the year 2021. Apart from films, Annu is also seen a lot in television shows. He is also known for judging and hosting the 90s musical show Antakshari. Let us tell you that Annu Kapoor has been in the Bollywood industry for almost 40 years.
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