Actor Ranveer Singh was spotted out and about in Mumbai on Thursday. As paparazzi surrounded him and his car for photos, they also witnessed a minor accident. A video shows Ranveer getting out of his Mercedes car to inspect what had happened. Turned out, a motorbike had brushed past Ranveer's car, scratching it. The actor simply checked the damages and went back to his car. Ranveer was later seen at Yash Raj Films' studios. On the work front, Ranveer will next be seen in the sports-drama '83'. Directed by Kabir Khan, the film is based on Indian cricket team's win at the 1983 World Cup.
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A first mate who found love with her captain on board a yacht on the high seashave told how they swapped their cabin for life in a converted Mercedes van -slashing their monthly outgoings to just £250. Anchored in Tahiti, FrenchPolynesia, when global lockdowns were imposed in March, Maggie Kerr, 28, andAnna Strang, 30, had a "nightmare in paradise" as they waited forinternational flights to be reinstated, so they could return to the UK.
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Warning: Graphic footage A driver is facing jail after being convicted ofdeliberately mowing down an armed police officer in his Mercedes. Aydin Altun,26, was facing arrest at gunpoint in Tottenham on October 29 last year when heploughed his vehicle into Pc Lewis Crowder.
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Aston Martin has released its latest model, a £69,000 racing simulator. The British car maker's AMR-C01 is designed for those living in luxury homes, who want to compete in virtual races online. Its hefty price tag could buy you one of many - real - high-performance cars, including a Jaguar F-type with a V8 motor. Limited to just 150 pieces, the AMR-C01 is the first product to be borne of a new partnership between Aston Martin and British technology company, Curv Racing Simulators.
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