The TV industry has been facing shock waves since last week with some shocking news. From Karan Mehra and Nisha Rawal's domestic violence controversy to now Pearl V Puri getting arrested by police on charges of rape and molestation. Several celebrities came out in support of Pearl V Puri including Arjun Bijlani, Anita Hassanandani, Ekta Kapoor, Aly Goni, Jasmin Bhasin, Karishma Tanna, Surbhi Jyoti among others. In the midst of the ongoing controversies, late actress Divya Bhatnagar's husband Gagan Gabru took to his Instagram stories and penned a note on how men shouldn't be blamed all the time.
Extending his support to Pearl V Puri and Karan Mehra, he wrote, 'If there is a conflict between a male and female then it is instinctive that we all presume that male has to be wrong, there are thousands of 'fake lynching cases' there are thousands of 'fake rape cases' there are thousands of 'fake dowry cases' there are thousands of 'fake alimony cases' against mens but still we have this presumption that if there is a conflict between male and female, it has to be male who is wrong.'
He further added by saying, 'We have to stop this automatic presumption against men. It has nothing to do with 'genders', it's all about intentions. Stop misuse of laws against men, stop crime against men too!! He is a father, he is a brother, he is a husband, he is a son, mens are humans too!! #wakeup #mentoo #istandwithkaranmehra #istandwithpearlvpuri.'
TV actress Divya Bhatnagar was diagnosed with Covid-19 and pneumonic and later died at the age of 34 last year. The late actress' husband Gagan Gabru was accused of domestic violence by the actress and her family. He later shared a video on Instagram and rubbished all the allegations.
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