On Tuesday, Bollywood Actress Deepika Padukone visited Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi to show harmony with students over JNU clash which took place on Sunday. Bollywood actress surprise visit to JNU revoked several views and perceptions of thinkers across Country. Deepika Padukone to show solidarity with JNU students who are accused of beaten up on Sunday by outsiders with sticks and rods inside campus. Deepika visited Campus and met students and fans over there on Tuesday. Actress decided to drop by on the scholars at the JNU University.
Based on reports Political Parties after Deepika Padukone's JNU visit started discussion and condemnation over celebrity's visit. She visited JNU campus on Tuesday to show soliderity to students over JNU violence occurred inside campus on Sunday. Actress Deepika Padukone visited JNU around 7.45 pm and stayed on the campus for about 10 minutes. The actress left campus without saying anything.
Based on ANI reports on Sunday, clash took place between students inside JNU Campus. Hostel property and cars were vandalized by students. Students and teachers were also attacked by a mob of alleged ABVP members who entered the JNU campus on Sunday night, as per reports. The violence began around 5 pm on Sunday.
Many Bollywood celebrities took to social media to support the students of JNU, with Deepika joining the fray tonight. The actress, Came to in Delhi to promote her upcoming film Chhapaak, was in all-black - also a symbol of harmony with the students - while visiting the university. JNU Students have welcomed the Padmaavat actress to the university.
After Deepika Padukone's news to visit JNU students went Viral, photos and meeting went viral on Social media. Later BJP's Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga called for a boycott of her films to supporters. He accused actress to join Tukde Tukde Gang of JNU and urged to boycott movies of Deepika Padukone for her support to Tukde Tukde Gang and Afzal Gang, wrote BJP leader Bagga.
On Monday, Bollywood celebrities including Taapsee Pannu, Anurag Kashyap, Zoya Akhtar, Vishal Bhardwaj, Anubhav Sinha, Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal, among others, participated in a protest held in Mumbai to condemn the JNU attack. The protest was held at the Gateway of India.
I never imagined that actress like Deepika Padukone will support These JNU Goons and Afzal— गोपाल सिंह राजपुरोहित (@Gopalrajdoli) January 8, 2020
Now Deepika shows True colour
This is my final decision that I will never watch any Film of these actress who Support anti nationalist goons#boycottchhapaak pic.twitter.com/sO1uEBz1AU