Ranbir Kapoor has joined the long list of actors who have now spoken about the ‘intolerance’ debate in the country. Ranbir, who awaits the release of ‘Tamasha’, has said that intolerance was always there in the country.
“Intolerance has always been around. Unfair to say things have suddenly turned intolerant.. I do not get the feeling that intolerance has gone up” Ranbir said.
The actor went on to add that the entire issue has been blown out of proportions. Can’t blame him, because at every movie event, the media has made it a point to repeatedly ask actors about their take on the so-called intolerance.
“Intolerance question is being blown out of proportion” Ranbir added.
Meanwhile, actress Raveena Tandon too had strong words to say. Here tweets have gone viral on Twitter.
“Guess all those who did not want PM Modi to become PM, want 2 bring this govt down.. sadly because of politics, they are shaming country.. Fringe elements were always there, one can always say that’s condemnable, action needs to be taken against them, but to spread paranoia? not done”
“Wonder why they didn’t feel fear when bombs ripped the heart of Mumbai.. Or our security was breached #26/11 – gosh! no point same argument”
“Let’s cut the BS – why can’t these people openly say that they weren’t happy since the day Modi became PM.. instead of shaming the whole country.. Really – have the guts to say it openly, instead of dragging the whole country’s image down, I don’t have a problem with any form of protest.. But when it comes to respecting your nation and what it has done for you ?? Before that ask yourself.. What have you done for the nation?” Raveena said.