Kapil Sharma expresses his view post-Pulwama attack by saying May have a difference in opinion but like every Indian, I am hurt
As the nation is shocked and trembled with the terror attack that strike Pulwama last week, and left 40 CRPF Jawans Martyred, many influential personalities are also keeping their view forward so stand up against terrorism and support the Indian Army.
Recently, Navjot Singh Sidhu was removed from Kapil Sharma Show for his depiction of love towards Pakistan. Kapil sharma also faced harassment from his fans who has opposed him for supporting Sidhu by saying banning people from a show isn’t a way of expressing anger towards the terrorists.
Yesterday as we have reported, actor Ajay Devgan on Pulwama terror attack, saying, “In such a crucial situation, it is better if we become conscious while choosing our words because people are angry and you never know how someone at the opposite end interprets your message or post.”
“One can be misinterpreted anytime and then you can’t sit down and explain to people that what your real intentions were. It’s better if we all become little conscious and don’t react to things immediately. Think twice before writing anything on social media to avoid hurting someone’s sentiments.”
His statement stood correct in case of Kapil, his fans started a hashtag #boycottkapilsharma and now Kapil has expressed his grief on the attacks. He has mentioned that his opinion might be different from people but like everyone, these attacks have hurt him too. He also wanted the army to give a reply to the terrorist organization in Pakistan.
Kapil said, “We may have difference in opinion about how to deal with it but like every Indian I am hurt and angry with this cowardly act of terrorism. The biggest tribute we can give to our Martyrs is to stand united with our Armed forces and give a befitting reply to the terrorists and their handlers sitting in Pakistan.”
Post the terror attack many celebrities have come forward to support the families and kids of the martyred soldiers and have extended financial supports to their families as well.