Ravi Kishan on getting risk calls after talking towards Bollywood’s drug downside: ‘I didn’t assume… – Hindustan Instances

Actor and BJP politician Ravi Kishan has spoken about getting threatening calls after he spoke about Bollywood and its alleged drug nexus. He mentioned that he would proceed to lift his voice for the sake of the youth of this nation and for the way forward for the movie trade.

“I’ll communicate on the proper time. I’ve raised my voice for teens & way forward for movie trade. I didn’t take into consideration my life. Desh ke bhavishya ke liye 2-5 goli bhi kha lenge, to koi chinta nahi hai (Will even take a bullet or two for the nation. I don’t fear about it),” ANI reported him as saying.

 

Couple of days again, talking within the Parliament, Ravi had raised the drug habit concern within the Lok Sabha. In response, actor and Samajwadi Social gathering MP Jaya Bachchan had launched a scathing assault on Ravi. She had mentioned that she utterly disagreed with those that known as the leisure trade a “gutter”, referring to a remark made by Kangana Ranaut.

“Individuals who have made a reputation on this trade have known as it a gutter. I utterly disagree and I actually disassociate,” she mentioned. She had added how she was “actually embarrassed and ashamed” in a reference to Kishan’s assertion within the Lok Sabha on the alleged Bollywood drug cartel. “Jis thali mein khate hai usme chhed karte hai. Galat baat hai ,” she mentioned referring to a well-liked Hindi proverb meaning to chew the arms that feed you.

In response, Ravi had hit again at Jaya and mentioned that he was the son of a priest and had labored his approach up. “There’s a conspiracy to complete our movie trade by hollowing it out. As a accountable member of movie trade, it’s not simply my proper however my responsibility to lift it in Parliament and Jaya-ji ought to respect that. I’m only a son of a priest who crawled his approach up and has labored in 600 movies,” Kishan mentioned whereas chatting with ANI.

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