Ranbir gets into a tussle with the media
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Bollywood's blue-eyed boy Ranbir Kapoor has never been too fond of the media unless he has a movie on the brink of release.
The actor was dining at a high-end suburban restaurant along with director friend Ayan Mukherjee and Aarti Shetty on Thursday night. When they were exiting the restaurant, a couple of photographers and reporters tried to snap the actor, which wasn't quite appreciated.
Ranbir, who according to reports might have been drinking that night, lost his cool and snatched a TV reporter's camera. He put it in his car and refused to return it, telling the reporter that if he wanted his equipment back, his boss would have to call up the actor.
Later that night, Ranbir wasn't too happy to see the media gathered outside his residence either. He reportedly challenged them to race with him and sped off in his car. Witnesses say he returned home only in the wee hours of the morning and supposedly in the company of a lady.
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