Dream Girl Hema Mailini takes Metro and Auto in Mumbai, Here's why?
Mumbai, one of India's largest cities, is notorious for its heavy traffic, which can leave commuters stranded for hours. In an effort to avoid the hassle, many people have turned to the city's metro system for faster and more efficient travel, including some of Mumbai's celebrities.
I must share with all of you my unique, wonderful experience.Drove 2 hours to reach Dahisar by car, so tiring! In the eve decided I would try the metro, and OMG! What a joy it was!True, we went thro tough times during the constr, but worth it! Clean, fast & ws in Juhu in 1/2 hr???? pic.twitter.com/2OZPMtORCu— Hema Malini (@dreamgirlhema) April 11, 2023
On Tuesday, veteran actress and politician Hema Malini was spotted riding the Mumbai Metro, opting to ditch her luxury car for the public transportation system. According to Malini, it took her two hours to travel from Juhu to Dahisar by car during the day, but her return trip on the metro from Dahisar to DN Nagar took just under 30 minutes, saving her an hour and a half of travel time.
This is the video I shot from inside the auto???? Enjoyed myself thoroughly! pic.twitter.com/ZGWR52wAGQ— Hema Malini (@dreamgirlhema) April 11, 2023
Malini described her metro ride as a "unique and wonderful experience," taking to Twitter to share her thoughts and post a string of images from the journey. She noted that although the city had gone through a difficult phase during the construction of the metro, the final result was clean, fast, and worth the wait.
After my metro experience, decided to go by auto from DN Nagar to Juhu & that too was fulfilled. Landed by auto at my house & the dazed security could not believe their eyes! All in all, a wonderful, pleasurable experience for me! In the metro with the public???? pic.twitter.com/Whr7mOIRM8— Hema Malini (@dreamgirlhema) April 11, 2023
During her ride, Malini sported a salmon pink shirt and white trousers, taking selfies with her fellow passengers in the ladies' compartment of the train. After reaching her stop, she continued her journey home by auto rickshaw, boarding at the DN Nagar metro station to travel to her bungalow in Juhu.
Malini's decision to take the metro highlights the benefits of public transportation in a city plagued by heavy traffic. Despite the challenges faced during its construction, the Mumbai Metro has provided a clean, fast, and efficient travel option for those looking to avoid the city's gridlock.
- PTC PUNJABI