Urvashi Rautela loses “24 Karat Real Gold iPhone” during Ind vs Pak match, Police reacts!

Urvashi Rautela, one of the most gorgeous divas in Bollywood has got everyone mesmerized by her figure, ever since she stepped into Bollywood. The actress has a massive fan following on her social media as well, where she is quite active and keeps her fans updated with her pictures and videos.

She had set her benchmark in Bollywood after she won the Miss India title, and currently has evolved into a social media influencer, dancer, model, and actor. Urvashi Rautela is quite active on her social media portals.

Every now and then, she chips in with posts and video clips to engage with her fanbase. In recent years, she was quite often spotted attending India vs Pakistan matches.

Urvashi Rautela loses "24 Karat Real Gold iPhone" during Ind vs Pak match, Police reacts!

She was also present during the recently concluded India vs Pakistan World Cup 2023 clash at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Meanwhile, the actress made the headlines after she lost 24 Karat real gold iPhone in the stadium.

She took to her official X handle (formerly Twitter) and then tagged Ahmedabad police. Her post went viral in no time on social media.

“Lost my 24 carat real gold i phone at Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad! If anyone comes across it, please help. Contact me ASAP! #LostPhone #AhmedabadStadium #HelpNeeded #indvspak @modistadium @ahmedabadpolice.”

Meanwhile, the Ahmedabad Police took note of the complaint and asked Urvashi to share further details. “Mobile Phone Details,” they said on the platform.

“As for i know , whoever have stolen your phone never return because as you have told that it has 24k real gold so he/she will break it to obtain gold & rest will be thrown in garbage. So sorry to know about it but i don’t think it would come to you again,” added one user.

Talking about the game, India beat Pakistan by 7 wickets. After the game, Rohit Sharma said, “The bowlers were the ones today as well who set the game up for us. I don’t think it was a 190 pitch. At one stage we were looking at 280. The way they showed grit says a lot. That is something we pride ourselves in. Whoever gets the ball does the job. We’ve got 6 individuals who can do the job with the ball.”

He further added, “My job as a captain is important there as well. It’s to read the conditions and figure out who’s the right guy to do the job. It’s only because the guys – before entering the WC – they got a lot of runs. We were very clear what we wanted to do. Didn’t want to be in two minds about who’s going to bat where.”

Furthermore, he said, “All in all, it’s looking good. Want to keep my fingers crossed. Don’t want to get too excited. Don’t want to get too low as well. Want to stay balanced. Keep calm and keep moving forward. Every opposition we come up against are all quality. You have to play well on that particular day, and that’s what we’re looking at.”