Bollywood actor Farhan Akhtar landed in one other controversy as netizens have questioned his eligibility for the primary vaccine dose on the vaccine drive-in centre on the Andheri sports activities advanced.
After the large success of the drive-in centre at Kohinoor car parking zone in Dadar west, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Company (BMC) deliberate for extra at different areas, reports The Indian Specific.
Although BMC pointers clearly specify that it’s meant just for senior residents (60-plus age group), actor Farhan Akhtar (47) bought his first vaccine dose on the vaccine drive-in centre on the Andheri sports activities advanced and introduced it on Twitter.
“Obtained my first jab at present by way of drive-through at Andheri sports activities advanced. Thanks to BMC and Mumbai police for the streamlined system. To these ready their flip, the method does take 2-3 hours (for now) so please be affected person. Carry water & a snack, if want be. Keep protected,” 47 12 months previous actor tweeted on Saturday (8 Could).
Nevertheless many individuals have questioned the actor, who typically takes a political stand on many points, about class privilege and hypocrisy.
“Thought drive in was just for 60+ Citizen’s. Did bmc open it for all age classes. Can anybody enlighten,” tweeted the Lokhandwala Oshiwara Residents Affiliation (LOCA) in response.