Zareen Khan's driver arrested by Goa Police after family of deceased blames him for victim's death

FP Staff

December 14, 2018 08:59:29 IST

Actress Zareen Khan recently met with an accident where a man rammed his scooter into her car and died. The relatives of the 31-year-old deceased man have now accused Zareen's driver, claiming he had taken an abrupt turn without using an indicator, reports NDTV.

Vishal, the deceased man's brother, stated that the actress' 'enjoyment' made him suffer the loss of his brother.

The Anjuna Police in Goa have filed a case against the actress' driver, Abbas Ali, and has arrested him. Khan's statement has been recorded as well.

Zareen Khan. Image from Facebook

Zareen Khan. Image from Facebook

The accident took place in Goa at Dream circle, Nagao. Nitesh Goral, the deceased, was a resident of Mapusa had collided with the car before falling off it.

As per India TV, the actress has sustained minor injuries and is shaken by the incident. The report also stated that the biker was not wearing a helmet at the time of the accident.

The actress opened up about the incident to Bombay Times and said that the accident had really traumatised her and that she had not stopped crying since the incident. Khan said her heart went out to the family of the deceased. "The car was not even moving, it was stationary." added the actress. She stated that she'd not had the opportunity to meet the victim's family before she flew out of Goa. The actress sent out a message to two-wheel riders as well and urged them to wear helmets and take all the necessary safety precaution while on road.

Zareen recently made headlines after she filed an FIR against her former manager Anjali Atha claiming that she recently learnt that Atha was spreading rumours about the actress in the industry, which affected Khan's career.

After debuting alongside Salman Khan in Veer, Zareen Khan has acted in films like Hate Story 3 and Housefull 2. Khan's last outing at the theatres was Vikram Bhatt's horror film 1921, which released in January earlier this year.

Updated Date: Dec 14, 2018 09:16 AM