Karanvir Bohra 'finally' reaches Nepal after 'incomplete document' incident

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Karanvir Bohra 'finally' reaches Nepal after 'incomplete document' incident
Karanvir Bohra 'finally' reaches Nepal after 'incomplete document' incident

New Delhi : Living in the perception that you can visit Nepal without an Indian passport because the entry is Visa-free, Karanvir Bohra embarked on his journey from Mumbai, but he was stopped at the Delhi Airport immigration due to lack of documents.

After making necessary arrangements, he reached Nepal on Friday morning and tweeted a picture from there. He wrote, "The Eagle has landed. Kathmandu. Straight to shoot Casino."

Karanvir Bohra is in Nepal to shoot his digital debut, a Zee 5 show titled Casino - My Game, My Rules. He will be seen opposite Mandana Karimi in the series.

On Thursday afternoon, Karanvir Bohra made a tweet in regards to the incident where he was not allowed to board the flight for Nepal as he was not carrying all the necessary documents. In his tweet, he revealed that he was not aware of the fact that Aadhaar card cannot be used as an official document to travel to Nepal.

On Twitter, he received mix reactions from his fans on the social media with many claiming that he must have known the right documents required to travel to Nepal.

Replying to an Air India tweet listing details of valid travel documents, Karanvir said he had someone fly to Delhi from Mumbai to get him his passport: "If I was told in Mumbai itself I would have arranged it immediately and not make my guy fly down to Delhi to hand me the passport."

Karanvir, who incorrectly used the word 'deported' in his tweet, tagging the airline and Minister for External Affairs S Jaishankar, had written: ""Deported at Delhi airport on my way to Nepal. Travelling with Aadhaar card. Not allowed. Nepal government allows (PP, voters ID and Aadhaar by road, by air only PP and VI). Then why did Air India in Mumbai let me fly with my Aadhaar? Why didn't they stop me there?"