Urvashi Rautela shares photo of Mumbai hospital where Rishabh Pant was transferred, Twitter calls him ‘attention seeker’

Indian batsman Rishabh Pant, wicketkeeper, was in a serious car accident last week when his car collided with a high-speed splitter near Roorkee. On Wednesday, January 4, Pant was airlifted to Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital and Medical Research Institute, Mumbai on Wednesday from Max Hospital, Dehradun.

On Thursday, January 5, Urvashi Rautela took to his Instagram Stories and shared a photo from the same hospital where Pant was transferred to. The actress, who has been in the news since her social media feud with the Indian drummer in August last year, has often been criticized for “harassing” Pant.

And this time it’s no different as netizens on the micro-blogging platform Twitter call her an “attention seeker.” His Instagram Story was shared by a Twitter account called Out of Context Cricket. One Twitter user wrote, “She’s definitely a psycho or just a cheap attention seeker!”, while another replied, “All she cares about is more and more interactions and impressions on his social media account.”

“Biggest and cheapest attention seeker I’ve ever seen, not to mention the way she acts on social media (her pinned comments on every post are proof of that),” read another comment. . Another Twitter user replied, “It’s pure harassment,” while another tweet read, “Rishabh needs to get a restraining order, no kidding.”

For the uninitiated, on December 30, the cricketer was driving from Delhi to Roorkee to surprise his mother, but in the early hours of Friday his car collided with a splitter and caught fire. Pant somehow broke the window glass and found his way out of the car and was helped to hospital by a Haryana Roadways bus driver and conductor.

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