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Mumbai Rains: Lara Dutta Uses Mahesh Bhupathi's Towels to Block Rainwater From Entering Home, Hubby Fumes

Taking to Twitter, Lara posted a picture of what looks like the entrance to their home in Mumbai, saying that she had put towels from US Open, Australian Open, Wimbledon and French Open to good use—in blocking water from entering their home.

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Updated:August 30, 2017, 11:31 AM IST
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Mumbai Rains: Lara Dutta Uses Mahesh Bhupathi's Towels to Block Rainwater From Entering Home, Hubby Fumes
Lara Dutta used of Mahesh Bhupathi's towels to block water from entering their home.
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Mumbai: In what appeared to be light banter in the wake of heavy rains in Mumbai, former Miss Universe Lara Dutta and her husband tennis player Mahesh Bhupathi were seen engaging in a bit of a domestic 'tussle' on social media.

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Taking to Twitter, Lara posted a picture of what looks like the entrance to their home in Mumbai, saying that she had put towels from US Open, Australian Open, Wimbledon and French Open to good use—in blocking water from entering their home.

Bhupathi, 1 12-time grand slam winner, was not impressed by his wife's move and quickly responded on Twitter.

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Torrential rains pounded the metropolis throughout the day on Tuesday. The city gauged a whopping 298 mm of rainfall, the highest in a day in August since 1997. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has warned of heavy showers on Wednesday as well.

In many offices, employees stayed back in the night as they could not catch trains and buses for getting home. Under fire over the shoddy infrastructure in Mumbai, Shiv Sena which heads the municipal corporation, on Tuesday sought to blame rain gods for the 'natural calamity' be falling Mumbaikars.

| Edited by: Bijaya Das
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