Kunal Kemmu recently posted a tale on his Instagram account regarding a recent road rage incident. At the time of the road rage, the actor was travelling with his wife Soha Ali Khan and daughter Inaaya. Kunal even sent a photo of the automobile, a white Lamborghini Gallardo.
“This morning at 9 a.m., I brought my wife, daughter, and neighbour, along with her two toddlers, for breakfast on the wat in Juhu, and this PY registered car driver was driving recklessly not simply thinking and trying to overtake suddenly applying brakes in front of my car,” Kunal writes on Instagram.
“He not only jeopardised his personal safety, but also the safety of everyone in my car,” the actor continued, “because I had to stop pretty hard to prevent a collision.” To say the least, the youngsters were traumatised. He then got out of the car and, among other things, gave us the finger several times. Despite witnessing the women and children inside the car, he continued to scream obscenities. He got back into his car and sped away by the time I took out my phone to video this crap. I’d like the Mumbai Police Department to look into this arrogant and despicable behaviour.”
We are not sure if the police have started investigating the matter and are working to catch the Lamborghini driver.
It’s a good thing Kunal didn’t get into a fight with the Lamborghini’s driver. Road rage may hit at any time and can spiral out of control. It’s vital to have a level head while driving or cycling anywhere, but especially on India’s hectic roadways. Here are some suggestions to help you avoid a road rage incident.
It should be a pleasurable experience to drive. Maintain as much calm as possible. Turn on some music and turn on the air conditioner to help you relax. Take a deep breath and relax. Simply try to keep a positive attitude when driving.
Maintain a safe speed, offer appropriate signals while changing lanes, use your rearview mirrors, and allow enough room for other people’s mistakes or aggressive behaviour.
To put it another way, strive to be as courteous as possible. Right-hand drivers have the right-of-way at a roundabout. Slow down and give them room to pass. If you detect a car approximately half a car length ahead of you signalling to cut into your lane, ease up and allow it to do so rather than closing the gap.
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Still, despite your best attempts at a smooth drive, there can be others who are overly aggressive. Symptoms of such aggressive drivers include excessive honking, tailgating, gesticulating and swearing, weaving between lanes or straddling lanes, and speeding up suddenly and braking sharply.
The best thing to do in such situations is to just let such crazy drivers go and hope karma catches up with them – it’s not worth your time and blood pressure trying to teach them a lesson or challenge them. Divert your mind, think of your friends and family perhaps to quickly calm your nerves.