A complaint was filed by Udaipur resident Harish Vaishnav who saw photos of the actor smoking on the sets of his latest film, Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani.
Ranbir will be booked for violating Section 5 of the Rajasthan Prevention of Smoking Act.
The Rajasthan Prevention of Smoking Act caveat dictates that if a person is found guilty of smoking in public places, he can be sentenced to a maximum imprisonment of six months or a fine of Rs 200.
Anymore Bollywood celebs out there thinking of having a quick smoke are warned that the eager beaver smoke patrol is out.
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