By FPJ Web Desk
Amidst the recent anti-CAA stir, well-known celebrities come to the forefront and express their views on the issue.
Amidst the violent protests taking place at Delhi, filmmaker Anurag Kashyap and other Bollywood celebs express their views on CAA.
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Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, an avid Twitter user has been making healdines for his tweets about the on-going discourse in the country.
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Realising that she had misconstrued the pictures, she deleted the tweet and apologised and said that the pictures were photoshopped.
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The filmmaker was accompanied by musician Vishal Dadlani, who asked the protestors not to loose calm.
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Bollywood movie director Anurag Kashyap joined students’ protest against the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) violence. While interactin...Read More
By Asian News International
Mumbai: Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap and lyricist Vishal Dadlani joined the ongoing protests being organised by students at the Gateway of In...Read More
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Bollywood celebs took to social media to condemn the rampage carried out by a masked mob on the students and teachers of JNU