Farzi: YouTuber Joravar Singh Kalsi arrested for recreating a scene from Shahid Kapoor’s web series – PINKVILLA

Popular YouTuber Joravar Singh Kalsi is reportedly arrested for recreating a scene from Farzi, the recently released web series which features Shahid Kapoor in the lead role.
Farzi, the dark comedy web series which premiered on Amazon Prime Video last month, has emerged as a massive success. The series, which marked the OTT debut of popular star Shahid Kapoor, earned immensely positive reviews from both the audiences and critics, thanks to its unique premise, excellent making, and stellar performances. Farzi, which is helmed by the celebrated director duo Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK, is now set to make a comeback to the screens with a second season, soon.
According to the latest reports by the renowned news agency ANI, a man has been arrested for recreating a popular scene from the Shahid Kapoor-starring series Farzi, in a video that had gone viral on the Internet lately. In the video, a masked man can be seen throwing currency notes from his running car, at the Golf Course Road of Gurugram, in an attempt to recreate the scene from Raj and DK‘s web series. 
As per the reports, the accused, who has been arrested by the Gurugram police, has been identified as the popular YouTuber Joravar Singh Kalsi. For the unversed, he is a renowned social media influencer, who has around 3.5 Lakhs of followers on Instagram, and over 3 Lakhs of followers on YouTube. The accused recorded the above-mentioned video clip in the first week of March.
Check out the video, below:

According to the reports published by the Times Of India, an FIR has been registered against Joravar Singh Kalsi, under sections 279, 283, and 336 of the Indian Penal Code, for rash driving, danger or obstruction in a public way, and the act of endangering personal safety of others, at the Sushant Lok police station of Gurugram. More details are expected to be revealed, very soon.
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Hopelessly in love with Indian cinema, Akhila grew up watching Malayalam and Tamil films and those are still her firs


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