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Naseeruddin Shah lashes out at Khans for not commenting on BJP’s blasphemous assertion

Naseeruddin Shah lashes out at Khans for not commenting on BJP’s blasphemous assertion

 Naseeruddin Shah bashed the Khans of Bollywood for sustaining their silence  on the latest blasphemous remarks of Bharatiya Janta Celebration (BJP) spokespersons Nupur Sharma and Naveen Kumar Jindal relating to the Holy Prophet (PBUH).

The Gehraiyaan actors stated in an interview with NDTV that Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan “could be risking an excessive amount of” in the event that they spoke on the matter.

He instructed the outlet, “I can’t converse for them. I’m not within the place they’re in. I really feel they suppose they might be risking an excessive amount of. However then, I don’t know the way they clarify to their very own conscience about it.”

“However I feel they’re ready the place they’ve an excessive amount of to lose,” the veteran star added.

Shah additional stated pointing to SRK’s son Aryan Khan’s drugs-on-cruise case, “What occurred to Shah Rukh Khan and the dignity with which he confronted it was admirable.”

“It was nothing however a witch-hunt. He has stored his mouth shut. All he did was help Trinamool and applaud Mamata Banerjee,” the 71-year-old stated.

He continued: “Sonu Sood will get raided. Anybody who makes any assertion will get a response. Perhaps I’m subsequent. I don’t know. Although they gained’t discover something.”

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