Actor Kangana Ranaut is the today's movie star to slam comic Vir Das for his these days uploaded video on YouTube, titled 'I come from two Indias' that was a part of his current overall performance on the John F Kennedy Center in Washington.
In the six-minute-lengthy video that Vir uploaded on his YouTube channel on Monday, he could be heard contrasting the darkish facets of India by means of taking a dig at problems like- its battle towards COVID-19, gang rapes, farmers' protest and more.
Several social media users including politicians have mocked Vir for insulting his motherland overseas.
Kangana Ranaut additionally took to her Instagram story and slammed Vir's monologue approximately India and requested for strict movement to be taken against him.
On her Instagram tale, Kangana wrote, "When you generalise all Indian guys as gang-rapists it gives upward push and encouragement to racism and bullying towards Indians all around the global...After Bengal Famine Churchill famously stated, 'These Indians breed like rabbits they're certain to die like this...' he blamed Indians' intercourse pressure/fertility for the demise of millions due to hunger... Such innovative work concentrated on an entire race is tender terrorism... Strict moves ought to be taken in opposition to such criminals @virdas."
Despite Vir Das's rationalization, FWICE president BN Tiwari says comic should not be allowed to work on any platform, filmmaker Ashoke Pandit wishes him 'attempted below terror laws'
This reaction from Kangana comes a few hours after the comic issued a announcement through his Twitter handle, stating that his goal became not to insult the united states.
The actress also dug out antique tweets of Vir and shared them on her Instagram story. Along with that, she wrote, "Example of creepy Indian guy, who is good for nothing so he sells his sleaze for a dwelling to similarly creepy and sexist-racist target audience."
"The video is a satire approximately the duality of very separate India's that do various things. Like any kingdom has mild and darkish, correct and evil within it. None of that is a secret. The video appeals for us to in no way forget that we are top notch. To never prevent specializing in what makes us great," he said.
In the modern development, a police complaint has additionally been filed by means of a Delhi resident Aditya Jha against Vir at Tilak Marg Police Station inside the countrywide capital for allegedly using derogatory language against India throughout his performance at the John F Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington, which the actor-comic had uploaded on YouTube on Monday, Delhi Police said on Wednesday.
Further info are awaited.