gun firing in video
Prachi Tehlan posted a video on Twitter late at night. The country’s Home Minister Amit Shah, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Delhi Police have been tagged in this post. According to Prachi, the person seen in the viral video is Rohit Saroha and he is firing with an illegal weapon. Four fires can be seen in this viral video of vigorous firing and at first glance this weapon is like a shot gun seen in films. On investigation, it was found that before posting this video, Prachi had also lodged a written complaint in Prashant Vihar police station a day before and handed over this video in pen drive to the police.
marriage on the verge of collapse
Quoting Prachi Tehlan’s tweet, a journalist has told this video from Jim Corbett Park and identified the man who shot as Prachi’s husband Rohit Saroha. It was also written that Prachi Tehlan has filed a case of dowry harassment at Model Town police station in Delhi. This tweet reveals that Prachi Tehlan and Rohit Saroha’s marriage, which took place two years ago, is on the verge of collapse.
marriage in corona period
Prachi Tehlan married Rohit Saroha a few days after the release of her popular Malayalam film ‘Mamangam’. At the time of marriage during the Corona transition period, Prachi had told that she has known Rohit for the last eight years. Due to some differences, the two also separated but the distance created by Corona united them again. Prachi then said, ‘It’s hard to believe that we haven’t spoken to each other for so long. This time when the strings were reconnected, Rohit proposed Prachi for marriage the very next day and the marriage took place.
Prachi made her mark with television’s superhit serial ‘Diya Aur Baati Hum’ and then also made her mark on the big screen. Prachi’s film ‘Mamangam’ released in Malayalam, Telugu and Hindi. Apart from many countries, the film did good business in India. As soon as the film became a hit, the news of Prachi’s marriage started pouring in. Prachi Tehlan, a national level netball player, has earned a lot of name in Mumbai and South Indian cinema.
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