Akshay Kumar’s fan breaks into the actor’s house for this reason; now in police custody

A Haryana-based boy named Ankit Goswami was prosecuted by the police for breaking in Bollywood star Akshay Kumar’s Mumbai residence.
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Bollywood stars have got a great fan base in our country and also abroad. But if we specially talk about Indian fans, they go totally berserk when they spot their favorite stars somewhere around them. We have also seen fans crossing any limits just to meet their favorite onscreen actors and actresses. From stalking them on the movie sets to knowing each and everything about them, fans leave no chance to meet the stars.

Akshay Kumar is one of the popular stars of Bollywood who has a great fan following. From kids to adults to old aged people, everyone loves him. The actor is not just loved for his films but also for his generous personality in real life. One such crazy fan of Akshay Kumar is making headlines currently where he did something extremely shocking. We all have a fair idea about where all the popular celebs reside. We also see a lot of pictures of their plush houses in magazines.

A teenage boy named Ankit Goswami hailing from Haryana is a diehard fan of Khiladi Kumar. As he wanted to meet Akki, he travelled all the way from Haryana to Mumbai. But how he chose to meet his favorite icon was extremely wrong. Ankit googled Akshay Kumar’s house address and then broke into his house late Monday i.e February 4. However, the security guard caught him.




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Deputy Commissioner of Police Paramjit Singh Dahiya said the trespasser was interrogated by the Juhu Police and then arrested him on Tuesday. The Deputy Commissioner said that the guilty was charged under IPC for trespassing and is now in judicial custody.

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