The author's logic does not work. RGV and Anurag Kashyap said they don't like Karan Johar (or his movies). So, it does not make sense to ask them to leave the film industry. Kangana said she was terrorized in the industry (in the author's own words). So he asked her to leave the industry. This has nothing to do with Kangana being a woman. We use this in daily usage at several places. "If you don't like it here, go somewhere else" is a very common usage in daily life. This does not make anybody sexist. In fact, the way these articles are written without logic - they are all playing the woman card and victim card along with Kangana.
How can karan gives remark to Kangana. She is powerful, strong women with good acumen. Why Goa was exempted in beef ban when BJP is the ruling part which support beef ban. totally politically motivated .
Re: karan johar
by Inzzy on Jul 19, 2017 06:16 AM
North East as well has been exempted. Yesterday Parrikar even said that any shortfall will be made up by sourcing from Karnataka. Cow is just a euphemism for violating the law & for thugs & lumpen elements to roam the countryside freely.
To start with Beef ban law is an old one made by previous govts, not by Fadnavis govt in 2015. And since majority of Indians worship cow, it is not wrong to ban beef in order to respect the beliefs of it's citizens. Beef is not a basic necessity, without which people can't survive. I have no issues, if pork is also banned. We need to show respect towards all religions. Now coming to Pakistani Actors, they have been working in India since long time and Indians have accepted them as a part of our Industry. However the problem started when these actors, who live and earn in India, refused to condemn URI terror attacks and refused to comment anything about it when specifically asked by reporters. It was natural that people get offended and ask them to leave our country. Whatever your personal opinion is, there was nothing wrong in people boycotting the Pakistani actors. Lastly the Kangana vs Johar episode is just a minor conflict between two persons. We should respect their freedom of speech and there is no need to start comparing this episode with boycott of Pakistani actors or beef ban. It doesn't make any sense.
Re: Senseless and Needless Article
by aurobindo banerjee on Mar 09, 2017 05:12 AM
I wonder why the author should bring up the beef ban case and, particularly, when the ban came before the Fadnavis govt. came to power. I fully endorse the views of Shailender Sharma.