Neetu Chandra slams Sidharth Malhotra for disrespecting Bhojpuri language, Aiyaary actor tweets apology
During the promotion of Aiyaary on Bigg Boss 11, Bollywood actor Sidharth Malhotra passed some unsavoury remarks about the Bhojpuri language…..
at some stage in the advertising of his upcoming film Aiyaary on Bigg Boss eleven, Bollywood actor Sidharth Malhotra handed some unsavoury remarks approximately the Bhojpuri language. those comments did no longer go down well with a variety of humans, along with actor Neetu Chandra. On Monday nighttime, Sidharth took to Twitter and apologised to all the ones whose sentiments have been hurt. He wrote, “i lately attempted talking a new language while i was on a television display. in the technique if I inadvertently harm everyone’s emotions or sentiments, I apologise and guarantee you that no disrespect become supposed in any manner.”
This incident took place on Salman Khan’s display when the actor together with Manoj Bajpayee and Rakul Preet attempted to enact a speak from Tiger Zinda Hai in Bhojpuri.
While the episode had aired during the semi-finale of Salman Khan’s episode, Neetu raised an objection and slammed Sidharth on January 22. She wrote, “So disappointed @S1dharthM wholesome is so fortunate 2 work wd d best. Who despite being an outsider has made a name 4 himself,4 U 2 use ur words so loosely.2 disrespect #Bhojpuri on national TV. SHOCKED! How on earth does speaking in #Bhojpuri gives u a latrine feeling.Shame on U.”
This is not the first time Neetu has come to the protection of Bhojpuri language. She slammed Alia Bhatt for her portrayal in 2016 movie Udta Punjab.
She wrote, “It’s worrying to look the way Biharis had been portrayed in Hindi cinema over the previous few years, the current instance being Alia Bhatt’s man or woman from Udta Punjab and from anything one is familiar with from the promo of the movie, director Abhishek Chaubey is responsible of strengthening the stereotype of Biharis by developing Bhatt’s character the manner it’s miles, in Udta Punjab.”