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Shruti Haasan's quick thinking saved her from stalker
While the Bangalore ATM attack is gory and leaves people disturbed, another part of India, Shruti Haasan also faced a similar situation but her timely act and luck got her out of the situation unscathed. It might be wrong to compare both the incidents but one common thing in both the case is that both the attack happened in broad daylight.

Shruti Haasan was attacked on November 19 at around 9:30 am by a stalker, who appeared in her Bandra flat, Mumbai demanding why the actress did not recognise her or talk to her.

What seems like a matter of disillusioned person, this stalker walked upto the actress and tried to barge into her place. The actress, however acted timely and before the stalker could get an inch into the door, she banged the door shut. Shaken from the incident, most of the film personality took to Twitter and applauded Haasan for her bravery.

When Khushbu Sundar asked, ''@shrutihaasan hey brave lady..hope things r fine..take care dear..loads of love n hugs...,'' Shruti replied back, ''khushsundar thanks mam am doing much better - cops are on it.. thanks for checking on me.''

Another Bollywood actress, Sophie Chaudhary also wrote on twitter, ''OMG.. Big hug babe.Thank God ur ok. We all used to say this is one of the safest cities. So scary!'' It is scary as mostly Mumbai is known to be a relatively peaceful place and such kinds of incidents seldom happen.

However people going crazy over celebrities are an old phenomenon and happens a lot in Hollywood- hence the start of restraining order. I guess Indian celebrities should embrace the restraining order too.

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