Everybody is entitled to dissent & protest & opinion. But a decorum & conduct must be maintained if we aspire to a civilized society . Gutter talk & abusive language may be fashionable in a certain brand of alternate Cinema - but it must not become a norm in public discourse— Suchitra Krishnamoorthi (@suchitrak) January 14, 2020
Anurag Kashyap has been very active on social media, of late. He is expressing his disagreement with the Government's decision to implement the Citizenship Amendment Act and NRC very diligently. He has received a lot of flak too for the same. He has been slammed and trolled over his opinions. Now, it is singer Suchitra Krishnamoorthi who has bashed him for not supporting Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In her tweets talking about Nepotism, she has blamed Anurag for not concentrating on his work and instead going against the PM.
While giving it back to a troll talking about nepotism in the film industry, Suchitra wrote, "Example of my last tweet being #AnuragKashyap . Bhai apna kaam first dhang se Karo - sacred games aur ghost stories jaise bakwaas banaate ho. Failure digest nahi hota isliye #PMModi ko insult Karne me lage ho. It's twisted." She made a series of tweets talking about being born in a star family and nepotism. In another tweet, she wrote, "Really? Is it a child's fault to be born talented to successful parents who support them? She's the first Indian singer songwriter to be signed by an international label EVER on the basis of what she's already released Nepotism? That's is a word used by the jealous & resentful." Check out her tweets below:
The debate over nepotism was recently in the headlines after Siddhanth Chaturvedi gave a savage reply to Ananya Panday during a round table conversation.
Meanwhile, Anurag Kashyap's Twitter feed is filled with updates on politics, CAA, NRC and broadband being restored in Kashmir.
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