Aahana Kumra held hostage by a cab driver, shares incident on Twitter
Amritsar : Lipstick under My Burkha actor Aahana Kumra was allegedly held hostage by a cab driver for not receiving the fare he was supposed to get from MakeMyTrip, through which she had booked the cab.
As per information, Aahana had booked her cab via MakeMyTrip to travel from Shimla to Amritsar on March 23. She paid the asked amount to the online trip booking app but the driver claimed that he has not received any funds. Reacting unethically to the situation, the cab driver held her hostage till the time the payment was received by him.
The actress was online during the hostage time and was continuously tweeting about it on Twitter. She posted, "Now I'm being held ransom in the middle of the road out of nowhere @makemytrip for the payment that’s not been received by the cab service. Please do not make this worst for me!! It’s not safe!!!!."
In another tweet, she mentioned that she could not cancel the ride since it is Shimla and difficult to find another ride. She wrote, "If it was Bom or Del I would’ve definitely cancelled this cab but because it’s Shimla and transportation isn’t easy to find I have not been able to cancel this ride. @makemytrip you’re a utter disappointment. No one should use this service for the sheer fact they have no regards."
If it was Bom or Del I would've definitely cancelled this cab but because it's Shimla and transportation isn't easy to find I have not been able to cancel this ride. @makemytrip you're a utter disappointment. No one should use this service for the sheer fact they have no regards.— Aahana Kumra (@AahanaKumra) March 24, 2019
She reached Amritsar safely and thanked her verified Twitter account for being heard, but shared her disappointment over the experience.
She wrote, "Just reached Amritsar safely. The driver was extremely overworked and sleepy but I’m only too grateful to everyone who has been in constant touch with me throughout my journey. It’s been very scary for the first time and I really never wish to repeat this mistake ever again."