Sacred Games maker Anurag Kashyap wears his thoughts on his sleeves. During the NCR and CAA protest, the actor/director expressed his angst and views on the same via his Twitter handle. In fact, when Deepika Padukone visited Delhi to stand in solidarity with the JNU president Aishe Ghosh, Anurag supported the actress. Speaking of which, recently, he even stood in solidarity with another public figure and he is none other than the stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra. After he confronted Arnab Goswami onboard an IndiGo flight from Mumbai to Lucknow, along with Indigo planes, Air India, SpiceJet and Go Air banned Kunal from flying on their planes.
While Kunal and Arnab were passengers of Indigo flight, Kunal is pretty surprised to see the other three airplanes banning him when they were not even in the picture. He even released a statement on the same where he said that he did not demonstrate any unruly behaviour and no case has been filed against him. Well, this fiasco is going on for a while now and with that, Anurag Kashyap has now refused to fly with the airlines while standing in solidarity with Kamra. He took to his Twitter handle and shared a picture of a pamphlet which is of Vistara airlines. His tweet read, “No @IndiGo6E .. on @airvistara .. in solidarity with @kunalkamra88.” ALSO READ: Kunal Kamra Slaps IndiGo Airlines With A Legal Notice Post Ban, Seeks 25L Compensation And Unconditional Apology
Meanwhile, Kunal Kamra has taken a stand and slapped IndiGo airlines with a legal notice. He seeks compensation of Rs 25 lakhs, on account of mental pain that he suffered and the losses he faced due to the cancellation of his scheduled programmes. The video which went viral on social media has him talking to Arnab Goswami while demanding answers. Kunal talks to Arnab in the same way he talks to others and that video landed him in trouble.
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