- Shruti Haasan recently encountered an uncomfortable incident at Mumbai airport.
- The incident, which went viral on social media, was addressed by the actress via an Instagram video.
- Shruti will be next seen in the film, ‘Salaar’ along with Prabhas.
Shruti Haasan recently encountered a problematic situation at Mumbai airport where a fan kept following her. She spoke about the incident during an Ask Me Anything session on Instagram.
SHRUTI HAASAN ADDRESSES MUMBAI AIRPORT FIASCO
In a recent incident, actress Shruti Haasan had an uncomfortable encounter with a fan at Mumbai airport. As she searched for her car in the parking area, she observed a man in a black shirt and blue jeans closely following her and her entourage. To which she asked him who he was and why he was following her. This incident went viral on social media.
A fan recently asked the actress-singer about this incident during an Ask Me Anything session on Instagram. To this, Shruti said, “Okay, I’m glad you asked this question. I have no clue who he was.”
She continued, “So as I was walking, I noticed this person following me. Somebody in the bunch of photographers was like “unke paas jao, are Sharma gaye kya, go stand next to her”. So I was like “who is it?” Like, obviously, he was a friend of one of the photographers but he was like super close, so I felt uncomfortable and I didn’t know him and I thought the photographer could tell me who he was. That, however, never happened.”
“Also, I don’t have any personal bodyguards because I don’t like it. I like to live my life as safely as possible, but this just got so blown out of proportion and I think that’s okay and my personal space is up to me,” she concluded.
SHRUTI HAASAN’S WORK FRONT
Shruti is gearing up for her next actioner with Prabhas, ‘Salaar’. The teaser of the film dropped recently, which increased the anticipation amongst the audience. ‘Salaar’ is directed by Prashanth Neel and also has Prithviraj Sukumaran and Jagapathi Babu in pivotal roles.
Apart from ‘Salaar’, Shruti will also be seen in ‘Nani 30’ and ‘The Eye’.