India’s burning issue– is moving far enough as the ‘Intolerance‘ protest is taking its highway unexpectedly. After several dignitaries returning their National Awards, there found many who resisted to give it back including SRK. Vidya Balan joins the party clarifying almost everything on Twitter of the questions asked by filmmakers whether she will return her National Award or not.
Bollywood star, Vidya Balan, had confirmed that she would never return her Award. She had taken this decision to make sure about the only fact when she says,
” People of the nation, and not government have given me this honor.”
She seemed self-important when she continued, “People who have begged or purchased will return the awards but not me.”
“It’s all about personal perception about the protest and I have my own”,
says wife of Siddharth Roy Kapur. She is not comparing her decision with anyone else in the Bollywood industry. According to her, “Protests against any social cause must be an individual decision and there should not be any enforcement to that.”
The glamorous actress had bagged the ‘National Award’ for her excellent performance in “The Dirty Picture” released in 2012. The acting led the moving paddled high in the Box-Office revenue wise. She is a versatile actress known to do any role in Bollywood among which there are: Kahaani, and No one Killed Jessica.
Anupam Kher to lead the protest ‘March for India’?
She has ruled out the stereotype in Bollywood being fat but stepping high with her acting and have acted in Love-stories, Thrillers, and Contemporaries. It will be curious to watch who joins the march as the Bollywood famous actor ‘Anupam Kher’ had requested Prime Minister to share his precious time in ‘March For India‘ being the leader of the protest over ‘Intolerance’ in the country. Here is the tweet from the Official Account of Anupam Kher:
Dear PM @narendramodi Ji. Plz give us time tomorrow to share with you the valuable thoughts of millions of Indians all over d world.:) #IndiaIsTolerant
It was wonderful to meet the thinkers, painters, artists, poets, philosophers who will be participating in #MarchForIndia tomorrow at 10.:)
Have requested PM @narendramodi ji to meet us tomorrow so that we #MarchForIndia people can share our thoughts with him. #IndiaIsTolerant
Article publié pour la première fois le 07/11/2015