Balika Vadhu fame actor Siddharth Shukla met with an accident

Sidharth Shukla

Confirming the accident, senior inspector Shailesh Pasalwar said, "One person has been injured and three cars damaged".

Indian television actor Sidharth Shukla, who starred in Balika Vadhu, has reportedly been arrested on Saturday for being involved in a auto crash in Mumbai's Oshiwara area near Andheri west. If reports are to be believed, the actor who was driving BMW X5 lost his control over the vehicle and crashed into three cars simultaneously before hitting a divider.

TV actor Sidharth Shukla was arrested this evening after a auto allegedly driven by him crashed into three vehicles in suburban Jogeshwari. Due to the impact, the MUV went on to hit two more cars.

Dhaval Shah association founder of Lokhandwala Oshiwara Citizen's Association told Indian Express, "It was quite a major accident".

Siddhart Suhkla
Balika Vadhu fame actor Siddharth Shukla involved in an car accident three people injured

"Our team is now at the spot investigating the matter". He was driving from the Mega Mall side when he lost control. "We will be only able to give out an official statement once they are back". Since the actor was driving a luxury vehicle, he wasn't affected much. "He apparently did not look drunk but only further investigations can prove the same".

Siddharth has also worked in Karan Johar's Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya in 2014.

Shukla made his acting debut in 2008 and has acted in shows like Balika Vadhu, Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, and Dil Se Dil Tak, and has hosted Season 6 of India's Got Talent. Locals who witnessed the incident told the cops that the actor driving the BMW X5 was quite shaken post the accident.

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