Rakhi Sawant's controversial statement; here's why actress called whole India 'gutter'
First Published 8, Oct 2020, 3:10 PM
Rakhi Sawant slams netizens and media for pulling down Bollywood's name and defaming stars, read details.
Bollywood actor and dancer Rakhi Sawant is always grabbing headlines with her controversial statements, social media posts, comments, and bold attitude. The actress came out in support of her Bollywood Industry and blamed the netizens for defaming Bollywood and ended up calling India a whole gutter.
Rakhi also posted controversial posts on her Instagram account sometime back, about late actor Sushant Singh Rajput. She said, that the later actor came to her dreams and she will also give birth to him as a new life. These posts received massive backlash from social media users and invited heavy trolling.
Rakhi stood in support of the Bollywood industry and also supported the actresses whose name was being dragged in the drug probe case related to Sushant Singh Rajput. In another video she shared on her Instagram account, Rakhi was seen slamming the media and netizens for defaming the film industry.
In a minute-long video, she criticized everyone who is trying to pull Bollywood's name down. She came in support of Deepika Padukone and all the A-listers. She questioned, "Tell who doesn't drink alcohol."
She also stated that, "If a girl or a boy experiences breakup, it is natural he or she might consume drugs or alcohol while some think of ending their lives." She also stated that people must look at themselves before pointing fingers at others, and that people only enjoy gossips about the celebs.
She questioned why only celebrities and no politicians and their children are being targetted or arrested. Remembering Kangana Ranaut's statements she said, "Not just Bollywood, whole India is a gutter because not just celebrities but many common people consume drugs, alcohol and also smoke."
"If media want to end this drug issue, it should be ended from the entire country and not just the film industry," she added.