Farhan Akhtar’s Sunday Cycle Ride Cut Short Due to Tyre Puncture!

Farhan Akhtar is well known in Bollywood. Not only because he is the son of Javed Akhtar but he made himself worth standing strong in the industry. The actor is quite active on Social Media and now and then he shared official and personal events on the platforms.

Likewise today he shared an indeed funny post on his Instagram handle. The post contains a photo where the actor is seen sitting inside an auto with his cycle. The caption was witty and crispy.

“Sunday cycle ride cut short coz of a punctured tyre.. much to my dismay and my knight in shining auto’s amusement.#mumbairocks #pedaljayenge #cycos.


Ishan Khatter and his sister Joya Akhtar replied quickly. Ishan replied with a laughing emoji while Joya commented “I Love Mumbai”.

The post was a Sunday bliss but bliss for Farhan Akhtar. His cycle riding plan was wasted like anything and had to return by auto. However, the actor seemed didn’t mind and moved on to his other plans for Sunday.

Farhan Akhtar started his film journey with direction. He used to direct short films. And later he moved on to Bollywood big movies. Dil Chahta hein was his first successful film about friendship and bonds.

He started his acting journey from Rock On, which was a huge success. Later he acted in successful movies like Zindegi Na Milegi Dubara, Dil Dhadakne Do, Toofaan, and many more.

Farhan is now taking his director seat back and gearing up for a big movie release. Jee Le Zaraa is his upcoming project where he’ll star Priyanka Chopra, Katrina Kaif, and Alia alongside.

The movie will star the three biggies of Bollywood for the first time. It is about the road trip and the exciting journey the girls will have throughout the movie.

It is one of the most anticipated movies in Bollywood and is believed to have a grand opening.

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