From Amitabh Bachchan To Adnan Khan 6 Celebrities Who Ditched Luxury Cars And Used Public Transport To Travel!

Several celebrities live to stay grounded to their roots and love living their life like an ‘aam aadmi’.

Janhvi Sharma

October 4, 2020


3 min


Several celebrities live to stay grounded to their roots and love living their life like an ‘aam aadmi‘. Right from buying groceries by bargaining to travelling by using local transport, these celebs have managed to grab everyone’s attention. Here is a list of celebs who have travelled to work by using local transport and ditched their expensive luxury vehicles.

1.Amitabh Bachchan

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Bollywood’s megastar Amitabh Bachchan was spotted in a train wherein he was singing to raise money for cancer patients. Isn’t this such a noble deed?

2.Shubhangi Atre

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Actress Shubhangi Atre who is currently seen essaying the role of Angoori Bhabhi in Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai show took tarin to reach her sets as it takes almost 2 hrs every day by her car. The actress prefers taking up rail route as she reaches quickly without much exertion.

3.Rohitashv Gour

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Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai’s Tiwari ji aka Rohitashv Gour is often spotted travelling by train from Naigaon to Mumbai to save his time and energy. The actor was quoted saying that commuting is a big issue so travelling by train is the best option.

4.Saumya Tandon

Actress Saumya Tandon who is popularly known for her character of Anita Bhabhi of Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain is always seen travelling to sets by train. The actress stays in Goregaon and commutes 75 km daily for the shoot.

5.Ravi Dubey

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Jamai Raja actor Ravi Dubey used to travel to Naigaon from his house for shoots and used to travel by train to avoid huge traffic.

6.Adnan Khan

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Ishq Subhan Allah actor Adnan Khan travels by local trains to his shooting locations. The actor keeps sharing pictures and videos of his travel.

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