Ranbir Kapoor on Delhi gang-rape case: I feel like doing something about it
The Barfi! actor voices his opinion about the horrific incident that shook the entire nation. But he also urges that the youth should not take law into their hands
Right after Priyanka Chopra made a frank comment saying that she strongly feels that Bollywood stars should not be targeted for not participating in the protests that followed after the Delhi’s gang rape, PC’s Barfi! co-actor Ranbir Kapoor voiced his opinion on the issue that has put a blot on our country. Click here to read more
Delhi gang-rape case: Priyanka Chopra maintains that Bollywood should not be targeted!
The Barfi! actor feels that just because Bollywood stars do not participate in protests doesn’t mean that they aren’t concerned about the incident
The Delhi gang rape has certainly shaken the entire nation. People are discussing the horrific incident and are debating various issues ranging from women safety in the country to stringent laws needed to punish the perpetrators of such heinous crimes. Click here to read more
Delhi gang-rape case: Salman Khan wants accused to be beaten to death in jail
The Dabangg 2 actor says rape is the most third grade crime, and that society should come together to fight such incidents
Condemning the gang-rape of a 23-year-old girl in the capital, Bollywood star Salman Khan Tuesday said rapists should be hanged. “In my view, there should be a death sentence for all rapists. Such things have no role in our life. I feel disgusted after hearing such things. Click here to read more
Delhi gang-rape case: Bollywood celebs angry and concerned about women’s safety!
Actor and MP Jaya Bachchan was shaken, and broke down in Rajya Sabha over the Delhi bus rape case. Her B-town counterparts Kareena Kapoor, Farhan Akhtar, Juhi Chawla, Sridevi, Anurag Kashyap, Huma Qureshi and Shekhar Kapur shared their anger
Delhi gang-rape: Akshay Kumar & Amitabh Bachchan don’t want election coverage overshadowing the case
Akshay Kumar also wants self-defence training compulsory for school girls, and filmmaker Pritish Nandy thinks boys should be taught to respect girls. Amitabh Bachchan, Karan Johar, Ram Gopal Varma, Gul Panag and Lisa Ray also tweeted about the incident
Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, a martial arts practitioner, reacted strongly to the horrific gang-rape of a woman in Delhi a few days ago. Akshay tweeted, “Make self defense compulsory in the school curriculum. It’s not a solution but a start.” Click here to read more
Uber Delhi rape case: After Karan Johar, Akshay Kumar condemns the shameful incident!
Khiladi Kumar expressed his anger on social media last night…
Two days ago, the nation woke up to another horrifying rape case news – a taxi driver in Delhi raped a 27-year-old woman. Shiv Kumar Yadav, who committed this heinous act, was later arrested from a village in Mathura. Click here to read more