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Biker dies after his scooter rams into Zareen Khan's car in Goa: Report Read In Hindi

A two-wheeler had rammed into a vehicle owned by the actress Zareen Khan at Anjuna, in Goa.

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: December 13, 2018 16:23 IST ]
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Zareen Khan encounters car accident, biker dies after colliding with her vehicle in Goa

Zareen Khan, who is a popular name in Bollywood for her movies like Hate Story 3, Veer and Wajah Tum Ho, has met with a massive accident in Goa. According to ANI, a two-wheeler had rammed into a vehicle owned by the actress in Anjuna. The man died after the collision.

When Goa Times reached out to Zarine Khan regarding her accident, it was revealed that the actress has suffered minor injuries. As informed to Goa Times, Zarine is fine however shaken up by this incident. Reports in TOI suggest that the accident took place in the evening on 12th December. The biker rammed into her car, and his bike hit a divider. As the driver wasn't wearing a helmet, he died then and there.

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Zareen Khan encounters car accident, biker dies after colliding with her vehicle in Goa

On the other hand, Zareen Khan was in the news recently as she filed a case against her former manager for sending objectionable messages. The actress made her debut with Salman Khan starrer Veer in 2010. She garnered recognition with her item number Character Dheela in Ready, also starring Salman Khan. She then worked in many movies including Hate Story 3 and Housefull 2. She last worked in Viram Bhat directorial 1921 in which she played the role of Rose, a student at a music college, opposite Karan Kundra.

 

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