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Homosexuality illegal in India News

  • | December 12th, 2013

    Is Kamaal R Khan homophobic?

    Is Kamaal R Khan homophobic?

    As the Supreme Court made gay sex a criminal act once again in India, the country’s popular movie industry and the media expressed their anger and dismay in no uncertain way. A certain Kamaal R Khan seized the opportunity to spill his pearls of ‘homophobic’ wisdom absolutely unabashedly. Read his crass and ridiculously idiotic tweets and tell us how would you respond to KRK’s insensitive remarks?
    There’s a new b*** in B-town! She is err..he is (you decide) Kamaal R Khan. The Deshdrohi actor, who can’t even act or speak properly to save his life, is the most annoying species on Twitter you can ever come across. Khan whose linguistic ability is as obnoxious as his buffoonish appearance and his dressing sense is always ready to give his opinion on various social, moral or filmi issues at the drop of a hat. And going by his recent tweets one can get a clear idea of his ‘beautiful mind’ lurking behind the hideous looking face. Click here to read more

  • | December 11th, 2013

    Homosexuality is once again illegal in India: Karan Johar, Farhan Akhtar, Anupam Kher and others react!

    Homosexuality is once again illegal in India: Karan Johar, Farhan Akhtar, Anupam Kher and others react!

    Bollywood celebs react with anger as the Supreme Court of India overturned the lower court’s decision to discrimilaise homosexual acts
    To begin with-homosexual intercourse was a criminal offence under the Indian Penal Code (IPC) . But that law was struck down by the 2009 Delhi High Court decision in Naz Foundation v. Govt. of NCT of Delhi, which found Section 377 and other legal prohibitions against private, adult, consensual, and non-commercial same-sex conduct to be in direct violation of fundamental rights provided by the Indian Constitution. But today, after much debate discussion, the Supreme Court of India overturned the decision of the lower court and made homosexual acts illegal again. Click here to read more