10 Bollywood Celebrities Who Were Caught Drunk.
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Here are some celebrities who caught by the camera while they were drunk. Drinking is one of the common habit of most of the Bollywood celebrities. Because of drinking they face the music in court, such like Salman Khan’s case. When he was driving the car after drinking and some people were killed in such car accident. Yes, this is an individual decision that he or she want to drink or not but when you got fame and you become a star, then it’s your responsibility do not do any action which can damage the society because lots of teen-ager and youngster are following you and when they follow these kind of habits, it will harmful for society. Just see the video and enjoy the reaction of your celebrities while they were drunk.
Sanjay Dutt is already very famous about his drinking habit. In this video both the celebrities were came out from the party very late almost mid of the night. Media was there for reporting as well, Shahrukh’s style of walking gave some clues that he was drunk and Sanjay Dutt’s also seens that he was drunk to, his voice give the same clue that he was drunk. Drinking alcohol plays an important social role in many cultures. Most countries have laws regulating their production, sale, and consumption;some countries ban such activities entirely. However, alcoholic drinks are legal in most parts of the world. The global alcoholic drink industry exceeded $1 trillion in 2014.
The legal drinking age in India and the laws which regulate the sale and consumption of alcohol vary significantly from state to state. In India, consumption of alcohol is prohibited in the states of Gujarat, Bihar, Manipur and Nagaland as well as the union territory of Lakshadweep. The Kerala government has planned to implement almost full prohibition of hard liquor in a phased manner, which will take 10 years starting from third quarter of 2014. All other Indian states permit alcohol consumption but fix a legal drinking age, which ranges at different ages per region. In some states, the legal drinking age can be different for different types of alcoholic beverage.Dry Days are specific days when the sale of alcohol is not permitted. Most of the Indian states observe these days on major national festivals/occasions such as Republic Day, Independence Day and Gandhi Jayanti Dry days are also observed on and around voting days.