Hindu activists open new Allegation against Deepika
Delhi: Renowned Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone finds it difficult to express solidarity with students of Jawaharlal Nehru University Against Deepika on social media, the "Boycott Deepika" campaign has begun.
Masked Hindu extremists at Delhi's renowned Jawaharlal Nehru University January 5 tortured university students, even while molesting women, molesting students, which led to the union of students. 30 people, including Ashe Ghosh, were seriously injured.
According to reports, the masked men who attacked the students of the university were RSS and Bajrang Dal activists who were arrested on campus by Rashtriya Swayamsevak Singh (RSS) and BJP's student body Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Prasad (AB). VP) workers were supported.
However, Delhi police registered a case against the students who were tortured and attacked by security guards yesterday. Not only are the students protesting against the attack on masked extremists, but Bollywood stars have also condemned the words of violence against students.
Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone reached out to Jawahar Lal University students yesterday to protest for solidarity. While watching Deepika's protest, India became trending on Twitter and Deepika's videos went viral on social media.
Deepika's move has been greatly appreciated by many Bollywood personalities and people, who are tweeting in her favour and congratulating her on her bravery.
Actress Shabana Azmi wrote in favour of Deepika when Deepika Padukone was attacked in connection with her film 'Padmavati' and very few came forward to support her. They know what it's like to be a target, yet they have shown great courage with the students of Jawaharlal Nehru. Deepika brings more courage to you.
Some people say that this world is full of people like Akshay Kumar, Salman and Shah Rukh Khan, so make Deepika Padukone.
While Deepika's courage is being praised on Twitter, Hindu extremists are strongly condemning her move and boycott hashtags on Twitter in the name of Deepika and boycott.
Hindu extremists are expressing solidarity with the students saying that we had bought tickets for Deepika Padukone's upcoming movie "Chapak" but now we will not see this movie and others will also be watching Deepika's film and her. Asking to boycott
A spokesperson for the ruling BJP, BJP, shared a photo of Deepika participating in the protest and asked people to boycott Deepika's film.
It may be recalled that students of Jawaharlal Nehru University have been protesting against the increase in university and hostel fees for the past several months, which their BJP's student organization, ABVP, has been tense with.
Remember that earlier in 2018, also the campaign against Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh's movie "Padmavati" was launched.