After the violence at Jawaharlal Nehru University, Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone has also come out in support of the students on Tuesday. Deepika Padukone reached JNU to support JNU students. When Deepika reached the university, students also shouted slogans in her presence. Meanwhile, “Deepika also spoke openly on the JNU against CAA-NRC with the Media”.
Deepika was asked that demonstrations against CAA-NRC law are taking place in many important universities of the country. Does she have a specific opinion on this and what is your view on it? To this, Deepika said, ‘I think, the first thing I had to say, I said it two years ago, when Padmavat was being released, I was feeling very angry at the same time. Now what I see is very painful .. scared too .. sad too …
After this, Deepika was asked, People are getting a lot of reactions from the film industry, especially about what has happened in JNU. Would she like to say something for this student? Deepika said, ‘I am very angry that all this is happening. On one hand, it is also a fact that action has not been taken. This is also a matter of thinking.
Anurag Kashyap said that ” I am not scared of the government or the police. This is also because if they put me in jail then I know how I can come out using my rights. But a man walking on the streets who is walking without any fear can scare you. These people are on the streets for some purpose”.
Bollywood actor Deepika Padukone’s visit to Jawahalal Nehru University (JNU) and meeting students injured in violence may be criticizing some people or political parties but Deepika is also praised for doing so on a large scale. Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap has praised Deepika’s visit to the JNU campus and meeting the students injured in the violence on the evening of 5 January. In a special conversation with Media, she said we have need to step forward against this people who is breaking the law. we should praise Deepika Padukone for her brevary, that she took such a step. The way she went to campus and she met student union president Aishi Ghosh with folded hands, it is clear to her that she was feeling Aashi’s pain. We should praise Deepika’s courage for this.