Already, a video shared by producer Karan Johar from his local gathering which included numerous Bollywood stars like Deepika Padukone, Vicky Kaushal, Shahid Kapoor, Varun Dhawan and numerous others grabbed everybody's eye. The video was taken in a negative light and the superstars were blamed for being high on medications by Shiromani Akali Dal MLA Manjinder Singh Sirsa. Well now URI: The Surgical Strike on-screen character has, at last, reacted on the equivalent during an ongoing meeting.
Vicky, while conversing with Pinkvilla stated, 'What I comprehend is that individuals who don't have any acquaintance with you by and by, see something and make a supposition. However, wrong presumptions. It's a major jump to take and that is not reasonable constantly. We as a whole realized the video was being taken and five minutes before the video was shot Karan's mother was with us. Following day I leave for Arunachal Pradesh. I was with the military for the following four days in the slopes where there is no system. So I have no idea of what's happening.'
The entertainer said that he was very vexed about the equivalent and opened up about his response to the disaster via web-based networking media. He stated, 'I went to my room and checked my Twitter and I resembled 'Hain Ji?' 'What?' FIR. Obviously, it hugely affected me.'' It isn't decent to be called those names by individuals. In any case, there are sure decisions you need to make by then of time.
Sirsa, in an open letter he composed, pummeled Bollywood VIPs and expressed, "In the event that it wasn't a powder-affected state, for what reason did all of you seem stoned and boldly out of your faculties? Does your aversion for medications and opiate substances restricted to on-screen nearness and just to slander a state for some modest exposure (and robust cash)?.
Is there any energy inside when you partner with a reason or all the crusading is a section "Dramatization" done to satisfy some gathering or plan setters?" On the expert front, Vicky has as of late won the national honour for the best on-screen character.