Ramcharan Teja, who was in the run-in on a road in Hyderabad with two software engineers who were allegedly roughed up by the Telugu star's bodyguards for obstructing his car, says the two did it to grab his attention and later apologised.
The incident took place Sunday and a case has been registered against the actor at the Banjara Hills police station.
"The two boys came and apologised for their rash driving and for their bad behaviour," said Ramcharan, who will make his Bollywood debut with "Zanjeer" remake.
"They did submit a letter at the police station stating they put up this drama on the road with the intention to grab my attention near the traffic signal," he added.
Ramcharan wants to thank the Hyderabad police for being fair to him and not singling him out for a harsh treatment just for who he was.
"The cops really carried out the inquiry well and got to know what really happened. Thereafter, they didn't lodge a complaint. I am thankful for their sense of fair play."