While we admire the lives of celebrities all lavish and luxurious, being scrutinized at every move or on every statement can be hard. There can be times when you are surprised by the sudden backlash of a misunderstood statement. And that is what happened with Alia Bhatt. In the recently held Mirchi  Music Awards,  Alia Bhatt hits back at the journalist when she was asked about dating Siddharth Malhotra.

She also remarked that what she does with her personal life and with whom she is hanging on, is nobody’s concern and therefore one should abstain from asking those questions. Thus like this incident, many of the Bollywood actors and actresses have commented on various consequential issues. A clash between the Indian leading actor, Farhan Akhtar and the BJP spokesperson, GVL Narasimha Rao, is described below where the actor furiously protested against the disheartening remark of Mr. Rao.

“Mersal”, a south Indian movie directed by Atlee and starring Vijay is in the headlines after the Tamil Nadu Unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) demanded the elimination of specific dialogues,  which was against that of  GST and digital India. This movie has gained an immense attention for a scene, where the Tamil actor criticises the decision of Government’s GST (Goods and Services Tax). Many actors and film celebrities are in the favor of this and are supporting the movie, without any hesitation.

Recently, Mr. Rao criticised the south India movie and its makers in the Tv interview and remarked, “In any case, most of our film stars have very low IQ, very low general knowledge.”

The film personalities could not tolerate the disrespectful behaviour towards the Tamil leading actor Vijay. Farhan Akhtar is one of them, who protested against the disheartening etiquette of Mr. Rao and commented, “How dare you, sir? And to all film people in his ranks… Here’s what he thinks of you. Shame sir”.

Narasimha Rao, also tweeted back, “Farhan Ji, Expressing an opinion is not a dare. Respect stars4work. Pl do take criticism in stride. No intolerance please!!” Politicians, including Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and DMK leader MK Stalin, apart from actor Kamal Haasan,  hit the BJP’s attempt to muzzle criticism regarding its policies. Meanwhile, a Twitter user wrote,

“I thought u knew the difference between ‘all’ and ‘most of’. U only proved him right.” In reply to his tweet, Mr. Akhtar replied, “It’s not about most and all. It’s the condescending attitude towards the profession.”

Thus, people should definitely check once before commenting on other’s knowledge and it is equally important for each and every celebrity to remain updates so that no one can mock at them.