Bollywood personalities have spoken out against the Indian Penal Code, specifically Section 377 that makes being a part of the LGBTQ community a criminal offence. They have asked for the law to be decriminalised.
On November 9, the Information & Broadcasting Ministry announced the list of ‘feature’ and ‘non-feature’ films for the Indian Panorama section of IFFI and Ravi Jadhav’s Marathi film Nude and Sanal Kumar Sasidharan’s Malayalam thriller S Durga were dropped from the final list.
After her recent appearance on show Aap Ki Adalat and her comments on her relationship with Hrithik Roshan, Simran actor Kangana Ranaut has been the talk of the town. Kangana had also attacked Aditya Pancholi, writer Apurva Asrani, director Ketan Mehta and the Women's Commission on the show. Here's what the actor has to say now!
Actor Sohum Shah who is going to appear alongside Kangana Ranaut in her upcoming flick, Simran in an exclusive chat with us, talked about his journey to Bollywood and the role he plays in Simran. Also talking about nepotism, he says that that people who belong to industry should also admit that they are getting a privilege over outsiders like him.
It was not only Hrithik whom Kangana attacked with the sword of her harsh words, filmmaker Karan Johar, writer Apurva Asrani, director Ketan Mehta, Women's Commission and some unnamed actor's wife were also brought in the dock of Kangana's court. Here is how they reacted on Kangana's claims.
After sharing a cryptic note on Twitter, Simran writer Apurva Asrani says that Kangana Ranaut is clearly giving him more publicity because it was a done and dusted matter for him. He says that they should rather focus on the beautiful story that Simran is.
Kangana Ranaut's revelations about Hrithik Roshan, Karan Johar and Aditya Pancholi in her interview on Aap Ki Adalat left the social media buzzing. While almost everyone lauded her daring attitude, a few others have given their reaction, but indirectly.
"I will not participate in the negativity nor in the changing narratives of the Simran credit controversy. I spoke out then because news reports claimed Kangana called herself the writer of the film and the first poster awarded her a writing credit over mine," Apurva Asrani on Kangana Ranaut.