Sidharth Malhotra’s insensitive remarks on Bhojpuri language while promoting Aiyaary on Bigg Boss 11 had him face Neetu Chandra’s wrath – SpotboyE.com brought it to you first, after which she tweeted her thoughts. Now, actor-Delhi BJP Chief Manoj Tiwari too has expressed his displeasure and in an interview to a leading daily revealed that FIRs will be filed against the actor in the states of Patna, Benaras, Mumbai and Kolkata.
Tiwari said, “Main shock hua sun ke. Aur yeh bahut hi apattijanak hain aap kisi 22 crore logon ki language ko aap is prakar se bolo. It’s a big insult for 22 crore people. Main isko condemn karta hoon. We should respect every language of my country. Main sochta tha actor hai, kuch acha karega lekin isne toh bahut hi hurt kar diya. Hume nahi lagta log unko maaf karenge. Unko maafi maangni chahiye apne vyavahar ke liye.” He added, “There are FIR’s being filed against in him in cities such as Patna, Benaras, Mumbai and Kolkata.”
Manoj Tiwari Says FIRs Have Been Filed Against Sidharth Malhotra
A day after Neetu Chandra’s tweet, Sidharth Malhotra apologised for his comment on social media . The Aiyaary actor wrote, "I recently tried speaking a new language while I was on a TV show. In the process if I inadvertently hurt anyone's feelings or sentiments, I apologise and assure you that no disrespect was meant in any way."
I recently tried speaking a new language while I was on a TV show. In the process if I inadvertently hurt anyone's feelings or sentiments, I apologise and assure you that no disrespect was meant in any way.— Sidharth Malhotra (@S1dharthM) January 22, 2018
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