Vicky Kaushal On Drug Controversy Video: Karan's Mother Had Put Ganga Jal On Us
Once again Vicky Kaushal has opened up on the drug video controversy video that Karan Johar had posted. He told that him scratching the nose was a normal thing and he had just recovered from dengue when Karan Johar had called all of them for a small party
Netizens still can’t get over Karan Johar’s controversial video that had created a stir on social media. So much so that a politician had even claimed that the actors were drugged at the party and demanded an FIR to be lodged against them. Apart from Kaushal, the video also featured Deepika Padukone, Arjun Kapoor, Malaika Arora, Ranbir Kapoor, Shahid Kapoor, Varun Dhawan, Ayan Mukerji among others. Time and again Karan Johar and Vicky Kaushal had cleared that the judgment of netizens had taken them by shock. Vicky Kaushal, who’s basking in the success of his career, had earlier spoken about the controversial video.
During his recent appearance at the India Today Conclave, when Vicky Kaushal was once again asked about the so-called drug controversy, he said that he had been sitting at home for 10 days because he had just recovered from dengue. He also said, five minutes before the video was made, “Karan’s mother was there, to put Ganga Jal on us as she had come back from some trip.”
The Uri actor further revealed how it was KJo’s 4th attempt to shoot a perfect video. At India Today Conclave, he said, “It was not the first take; he had attempted to make this video four times. Karan Johar even had a pout when he was shooting it. For the first video, we were all like ‘hey’, and by the fourth one, we were just like done. That scratch of the nose is a normal thing, I didn’t know it meant drugs. My expression was perfect. That reflection was also caught.”
He further said, “I was like, ‘kya ho raha hai’. If anything like that would go on, why would a person like Karan Johar, who has an empire, put up a video himself? Second, I thought I’m answerable to the law of the country. In a social media trial, it starts off as ‘hahaha they look drugged’, then it comes to ‘they’re actors, they do drugs’. When I’m driving my car, if I’m stopped for a breath analyser test, I’m giving that test to the law. If someone just stops me and asks randomly, ‘you’re drugged?’ It’s fair for people to assume things, but jumping to things is unfair.”
Well, we just hope this statement finally clears the air!
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