Comedian’s ‘two Indias’ clip sparks debate, police plaints | India News

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NEW DELHI: Police complaints were filed against comedian-actor Vir Das and a powerful film employees union on Wednesday said it wouldn’t work with him until he apologised for his video “I come from two Indias” that triggered a sharp debate mirroring the polarity of the monologue itself.
The wellknown satirist, who has issued a statement saying his comments weren’t intended to insult the country, found backing from TMC member Mahua Moitra. Actor Kangana Ranaut stepped in too to demand strict action against the comedian.
Delhi BJP vice president Aditya Jha and Mumbai lawyer Ashutosh J Dubey went to the police with their complaints. While Jha alleged that Das made “derogatory” statements at an international platform with an intention to malign the country’s image, Dubey held him responsible “for defaming & spoiling the image of India in the US, which is inflammatory”. No FIRs have been filed as yet.





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