The lockdown seems to have become the new normal. Regular people, as well as celebs, are all shut inside their respective homes and observing the lockdown with much seriousness. Without much actual work in their respective domains, our celeb engagements in social media have drastically increased. Even the people who were not much active on social media are now seen posting about their daily activities.
We have already seen posts from Katrina Kaif, Vicky Kaushal, Deepika Padukone among others who keep posting the day-wise activities or their hobby-of -the-day on Instagram, Twitter, etc. Now they have started sharing opinions and presence on different YouTube channels.
Recently, Gangs of Wasseypur director, Anurag Kashyap was seen sharing the screen with few other important people from the artist forum. It was for a channel called Stupid Reactions. While they were enjoying a light-hearted moment, Kashyap was seen rolling a paper for a smoke. One of the viewers, trimmed out the exact part and posted it saying:
“Hello @MumbaiPolice ,will you please look into this?
is rolling a joint which is illegal in India.”
The video lasted for 11 seconds where he is spotted rolling a joint. He tagged Mumbai Police and Anurag Kashyap to make it even more of a concerning factor!
Take a look:
— Chirag (@igot10on10) April 9, 2020
Anurag Kashyap upon seeing the Tweet, kept his cool and politely confessed the truth. He posted:
“Yes please for once @MumbaiPolice look into it. Once and for all let’s make it clear that I roll tobacco and please thoroughly investigate for the satisfaction of the bhakts and the trolls ..”
Yes please for once @MumbaiPolice look into it. Once and for all let’s make it clear that I roll tobacco and please thoroughly investigate for the satisfaction of the bhakts and the trolls .. https://t.co/ZHv3CwpVBG
— Anurag Kashyap (@anuragkashyap72) April 9, 2020
With seemingly increasing seriousness about the pandemic, it seems Kashyap’s point throws light on a thing or two. We all know how he does not follow the Modi policies and that he does not have any faith in the government. It seems this feeling has become so in-built in him that any baseless rants and trolls are considered coming from a bhakt, according to him. What do you think?
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