Last week Karan Johar shared a video of Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Vicky Kaushal, amongst others, at his birthday celebration. However, this clip kicked up a debate between politicians on social media. MLA Manjinder Singh Sirsa, who accused them of “flaunting their drugged nation,” has taken to social media and now written a long open letter, slamming the stars.
He puzzled why there had been no meals or drank glasses at the bash. “If it wasn’t a powder-impacted state, why did you all appear stoned and shamelessly from your senses? Do your dislike for capsules and narcotic substances confined to the on-display presence and just to defame a kingdom for some reasonably-priced exposure (and hefty money)?. Is there any passion inside while you partner with a motive or all of the campaignings is a part “Drama” performed to please a few institutions or time table-setters?”
Sirsa brought up the Hardik Pandya row and wrote, “I ask Karan Johar if Hardik Pandya can get punished for his sexist comments (made for your very own show) if a politician can be asked to resign on ethical grounds, what stops Bollywood stars from coming beneath public scanner of morality? If we elected representatives who’re answerable to the general public, even our stars and idols are also liable for the movements they do off-display? (sic).”
Sirsa brought that he felt “anger” whilst he saw the video as though “it turned into someone who in my view broke his accept as true with.” As Congress leader Milind Deora had slammed him earlier than requested him to apologize, Sirsa keeps saying that he could no longer apologize. “Rather than asking me to apologize, I want Bollywood stars to have the guts to say sorry to the nation for breaking the kingdom’s consider.”
He signed off his letter by asking that the media be “a platform of responsibility.”
Last night, Sirsa had even asked the Mumbai Police to report an FIR towards the celebrities beneath the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act 1985.
He tweeted, “I even have asked @CPMumbaiPolice To register FIR against the Bollywood Stars within the video flaunting their drug party…Under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985, The party was uploaded using @karanjohar himself on July 28th, 2019.”
The Shiromani Akali Dal leader additionally wrote that he’s combating for a cause and will keep doing so until the quit: I am combating for a motive. These drug-addicted stars are placing an incorrect trend in real life; even on display screens, they defamed our State & its teens! I am now not tormented by trollers. They may additionally maintain abusing me. I might pursue this case until they quit & reveal the celebs’ hypocrisy.”
The complete row commenced while Sirsa tweeted, “#UDTABollywood – Fiction Vs. Reality Watch how the high and robust of Bollywood proudly flaunt their drugged kingdom!! I improve my voice in opposition to #DrugAbuse via these stars. RT in case you too feel disgusted @shahidkapoor @deepikapadukone @arjunk26 @Varun_dvn @karanjohar vickykaushal09.”
Celebrities have no longer but commented on the episode yet. After Sirsa’s open letter, it is yet to be seen whether they reply.