Hansal Mehta is shooting for his upcoming film Kareena Kapoor in London. On Friday, he tweeted about his daughter who was in Bali and had trouble returning to India after a school trip. The filmmaker also tagged External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar in his tweet and urged him to help get his daughter home safely. Hansal has two daughters – Kimaya and Rehana – with wife Safeena Husain. Also read: Hansal Mehta pokes fun at Kangana Ranaut’s Dhaakad, responds to her fan after ‘flop’ film mockery
Hansal Mehta he tweeted: “I need help urgently. My daughter is in Bali on a school trip and has lost her OCI (Overseas Citizenship of India) card. She needs to travel back to India tomorrow or she could be stuck. Please help @DrSJaishankar.” The External Affairs Minister or Ministry of External Affairs officials from India or Bali are yet to respond to Hansal’s tweet. The filmmaker is often critical of the government and expresses his political views on social networks.
Some Twitter users tried to help Hansal and gave him clues to ensure his daughter’s safe return to India. “Kindly contact Hon’ble Vice Consul for Consular and Administration Consulate General of India, Bali, Indonesia at +62 81139 90996, via WhatsApp Messenger please,” the person replied. Another Twitter user tagged an official spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and wrote: “Could you please help me?
Hansal was shooting for his next film starring Kareena in London. The details and title of this film have been kept under wraps. Kareena, who will play the role of a detective in the thriller, was joined by her son Jehangir Ali Khan during filming in the UK. Meanwhile, Hansal was recently in the news after a Twitter user accused him of ‘giving Kangana Ranaut a flop’. The filmmaker shot a mockery of the actor’s last outing, Dhaakad.
Directed by Hansal Kangana Ranaut in Simran (2017). He has since called working with the actor “a huge mistake.” In September, in response to his tweet about Brahmastra’s high ticket sales and long queues outside cinemas, one Twitter user said: “Shame on you. You gave Kangana a flop.” In response, Hansal wrote, “Yeah. I shouldn’t have done Dhaakad.”