Mohanlal on JNU Controversy – Big Star got Wrong Propaganda
Mohanlal Response on JNU Controversy – Just like there are two sides to a coin there is always two sides to any incident or its reactive statement. For some reason, India is heading towards a direction where everything gets misinterpreted. The usual victims are always the film celebrities. Currently, one wrong propaganda is happening against Malayalam superstar Mohanlal on JNU Controversy.
Recently, he expressed his anguish over the JNU episode and felt very disturbed. For this, some are countering Mohanlal has no right to speak because he didn’t pay his taxes properly and quoted the recent IT raids at his place.
Mohanlal on JNU Controversy
Without mentioning JNU, the actor, an avid blogger, talked about Siachen braveheart Lance Naik Sudheesh who died recently without ever meeting his five-month-old daughter.
In Mohanlal Response on JNU Contoversy post in Malayalam he wrote that “We cover ourselves in thick blankets at the first sign of chill. We have coolwater to brush and bath. After utilizing these comforts we go to universities and colleges to discuss about our soldiers, abuse and question them. Our country is the soil we stand on, the air we breathe, water we drink and finally we will part of it when die”.
He also spoke about Siachen braveheart Lance Naik Sudheesh who died recently without ever meeting his five-month-old daughter. He wrote that ” it is shameful that those who sit in the comfort of their homes speak about freedom and nationalism” in Mohanlal Response on JNU Controversy.
Mohanlal Response on JNU Controversy
Fact is, for questioning something which is wrong it is not mandatory that you should be 100% clean without doing anything wrong. We should not do anything wrong means there is nobody in the world who has the right to question anything then. Everyone would have done something wrong so it is better that wisdom prevails over such immatiure attacks on Mohanlal.
His twitter contains the tweet in which he mentioned his blog details.
His blog contains the letter about the JNU Controversy in Malayalam as follows: