TikTok Ban In India: Divya Agarwal Says, "It Was Disturbing To See People Abusing, Crying, Risking Their Lives, Using Weapons"

Divya Agarwal says that the ban on TikTok will not make heavens fall. This starlet is in fact happy if you read between the lines, that India will not have TikTok anymore. She puts her case forth on SpotboyE.com

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TikTok Ban In India: Divya Agarwal Says, "It Was Disturbing To See People Abusing, Crying, Risking Their Lives, Using Weapons"
This morning, we brought you a social media firing between Vikas Gupta and Sacred Games actress Kubbra Sait over the TikTok ban in India. And now we just spoke Divya Agarwal, who used to keep treating her fans with videos on TikTok. Let's see what she said to what we asked.

When asked if she is unhappy with the decision, Divya replied, "Ya, I learnt TikTok has been banned but I don't think it should impact someone who is a real actor. One can't deny the fact that it is a very great platform for the people who are sitting at home and trying to do something. And I don't feel even after Tiktok being banned, it will all stop because they have other platforms available to do so- like Instagram, Snapchat, etc. There are many other social media platforms where people can showcase their skills if not TikTok. FOR THOSE WHO MISSED VIKAS VS KUBBRA FIGHT, CLICK BELOW



To some extent, it is good also that it has been banned as there are people doing things like---  hurting themselves, climbing to heights, risking their lives, using weapons, abusing and crying--- that used to be very disturbing to watch. But as far as you are doing it for fun its good but harming yourself is a bad idea- hence for that reason I used to cringe seeing TikTok. So I just want to say that if you have talent, you need not worry. I don't think that closure of one App will make a difference". 

For the uninitiated, with the news of TikTok being banned in India, social media has gone in a state of frenzy with the App’s fans fuming in anger, and others who despise it, applauding the ban. Kubbra Sait, for one, who was last seen in Gully Boy, took to Twitter to express her point of view on the ban and said that she is extremely elated with the decision. Kubbra tweeted, “I can’t begin to express my joy to hearing about TikTok being banned in India. The state of derangement was exceedingly painful. I haven’t been happier about a ban.”

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