Kamaal R Khan Picks On Ranvir Shorey For Demanding Legalisation Of Marijuana In India; Latter Trolls Back With 'Jaa Na L**de'

Kamaal R Khan recently bashed Ranvir Shorey for his web-series High revolving around drugs. Got brutally trolled in return!

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Kamaal R Khan Picks On Ranvir Shorey For Demanding Legalisation Of Marijuana In India; Latter Trolls Back With 'Jaa Na L**de'
A lot of discussion is taking place on drugs, depression and more post the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. Amidst this, a web-series called High got released featuring Ranvir Shorey. The actor later in his interview also stated that India should legalise marijuana. Post his comment, self-proclaimed critic Kamaal R Khan took to his Twitter handle to bash the actor and the series. However, he got a savage reply in return from the actor himself.

Kamaal R Khan wrote, "his @RanvirShorey’s new web show has just launched #HighOnMX Aur Ab Ye Bolta Hai Ki #Marijuana ko India main legalise karo. Oye Depression happens coz of drugs, koi samjhao isko. Aur makers ka toh jawaab nahi, what a time to release a show on drugs n addiction. Shame on you all." To this, Ranveer Shorey, who is pretty active on social media, replied along with a photo that had 'Jaa Na L**de'  written on it.

It was in an interview with Hindustan Times that Ranvir had spoken about legalisation of marijuana. He was quoted saying, "I am of the belief that even marijuana should be legal in India. It is based on very archaic laws; it is legal in a lot of countries. I believe this is another colonial hangover that we have — laws which are hundreds of years old and have not been changed. Marijuana laws are so old; they ought to be changed now."




SpotboyE in its review gave Ranvir Shorey and Akshay Oberoi's web-series High three stars. (Also Read: High Review: Akshay Oberoi And Ranvir Shorey Set The Bar High With Their Stellar Performance In This Web Series)




Image Source: Instagram/kamaalrkhan/ranvirshorey
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