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@Harshad4ever Very well! In your sense "doing something" means going on a silent march after the girl has been brutally assaulted and had to die after fighting for such a long time. It's like putting water when a hand is already burnt. There were many rape cases which've been recorded in past, can't these celebrities just start something for the betterment of girls like givin free knowledge of martial arts. Do you really think going on a silent march will yield you anything when the girl has been already dead. Where were these celebrities when there were protests going on in Delhi for justice, probably sitting at home and watching it in their tv sets with a cup of tea.
I don't really want to have a fight here but I had to vent it out for all those who took me wrong.
Edited on:29 December 2012 at 3:43am
I don't trust celebrities to do anything against politicians, they're too afraid !
When a movie is around a political issue, the movie always have a lot of troubles to run in theaters in India and the most of the time it's a flop Because Public enjoys only Masala !!
I'm just fed up !!!
My deep condolesence to her family members! I guess the journey to singapore was the reason of her health deterioration!!!
Its time for our country to modify the laws... Wake up Leaders...
I prayed she would survive! Gosh.. we ought to do something strong instead of posting statements, change should start from every individual..
shame on us all.. agree with Bhatt, wake up India
@ITrustMyHeart: don be so arrogant towards filmstars.. They don jus giv statement instead dey do it.. For ur kind information today ther is silent march by theatre and film personalities wit common man from juhu beach gandhi statue to kaifi azmi park..
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