The political unrest prevailing in the country over CAA and NRC has sparked a lot of debates on social media. One of them was about how Bollywood has stayed mum on the protests that are going on all over the nation. While a few stars shared their point of view on the Citizenship Amendment Act, it is Juhi Chawla who has now come out in open and spoken at length. Her thoughts on the protests are being hailed and she is trending on Twitter for the same reason.
Juhi Chawla at a recent event addressed the CAA debate and said, "We are going to work, thinking how to execute our task, then some incident happens somewhere and suddenly the media asks, 'what do you think about this?' We haven't understood the matter, people haven't understood the matter but you need a reaction. Let people understand, whether it's NRC (National Register of Citizens) or CAA (Citizenship Amendment Act), and what's it about, why is this being talked about." (Also Read: Karan Johar, Farhan Akhtar, Vicky Kaushal And Others Skip The CAA Meeting With Railways Minister Piyush Goyal)
She further added, "Everyone is quick to talk about dividing. Why don't we talk about uniting? Why does everyone say 'what is the government doing, why is it doing this?' but I say if you point one finger there then three fingers are at you. What are we doing? Let's be calm, understand the situation." This called for a lot of applause for Juhi Chawla with a lot of netizens hailing her for her sensible thoughts. At the same time, she even received flak from a few netizens. Check out some tweets below:
What #JuhiChawla said was absolutely right there are so many people are protesting without knowing what #CAA is and spreading havoc. Finally someone from bollywood speaks sensibly. https://t.co/nVpNN9zVGx— SUMIT MUKHERJEE (@Who_Sumit) January 9, 2020
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