Why is Deepika Padukone's name trending worldwide, including in Pakistan? Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone's name has been trending not only in India but on Twitter worldwide, which is why the actress arrived in Jawaharlal Nehru University in India last night where she came across Indian extremist organizations. Condemned the students for torture.
It is understood that several Bollywood personalities have expressed strong sympathy for the government, expressing sympathy for the students and teachers who were injured in the attack on people on January 5 at the famous Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi.
It is to be noted that the union of the students who were injured in the attack of masked masons claimed that the university students and teachers were attacked by the Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), the ruling Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP). ) Is a student body of Rashtirya Sevak Singh (RSS).
So far, actors like Sonam Kapoor, Swara Bhaskar, Diya Mirza, Allia Bhatt and Richa Chadha have voiced their opposition to the attack and now Deepika Padukone has also become part of her protest with the students themselves.
The social media website praised the actress on Twitter and received several trends in her support, many also wrote that Deepika Padukone's first production in two days 'Chapak' is going to release. Supported the students regardless of their age and be a part of this protest.
Many eminent personalities of Pakistan also praised Deepika Padukone for her actions.
Sanam Baloch praised Deepika and wrote that 'violence must be condemned'.
Rehman Khan wrote that "Deepika has proved that she is the most unique of the rest".
Sharing the video of Deepika Padukone, PML-N leader Marvi Memon wrote, "It is easier to sit down, but to stand up, you can change for those who want to sit calmly".
Maria Memon shared a photo taken during Deepika's protest and wrote that it was an inspirational photo.
A journalist named Maha Siddiqui wrote that Deepika Padukone is so beautiful and because of her tall stature.
Syeda Tuba Asmir shared Deepika's photo and wrote, 'This is the face of a strong woman who is not afraid to stand up for the right'.
Bollywood personalities are not lacking in praise of Deepika Padukone.
Anurag Kashyap wrote, "Women have always been strong, everyone who is against violence must-see Deepika's film disguise".
Journalist Barkha Dutt also praised Deepika, saying that condemning them against violence is commendable.
Richa Chadha also praised Deepika Padukone.
Swara Bhaskar also praised Deepika Padukone.
Konkona Sensharma shared the photo taken during Deepika's protest.
Fellow actor Vikrant Massey also wrote that he was proud of Deepika.
On the other hand, activists of the extremist Indian organization also appeared on Twitter, demanding that people boycott Deepika Padukone's movie 'Chapak', while hashtags like 'Boycott Chapak' and 'Boycott Deepika Padukone' were also revealed.
It is to be remembered that the protest against the controversial citizenship law in India has been going on for the past several weeks and in this regard, police fired sticks and tear gas shells at the Jamia Millia in Delhi in which several students were injured.