‘Will that FEAR stop him from slapping her’: Vikram Motwane Slams Kabir Singh Director Sandeep Vanga On Twitter


On November 27, the whole country was left in a state of shock recently when the body of a 26-year veterinarian was found charred and dumped in Telangana. The victim arrived from Hyderabad and was on her way home when her scooter broke and she was summoned by the accused. The criminals first offered the victim help, and then continued to abduct, assault and rape the victim before dumping her body in the Chatanpal subway. The events of the crime are incredibly graphic and violent, and many draw parallels with the rape case in Nirbhaya, which took place in New Delhi in 2012.

Many celebrities, from cricket Yuvraj Singh to actors Richa Chada and Farhan Akhtar , spoke about the crime and expressed their concerns about women's safety in our country. However, Sandeep Vanga landed in hot water (again) for his tweet on the subject. Read on to know exactly what happened.

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The netizens share photos of criminals and ask the government to provide the death penalty, but as usual the government is taking its time. Even the politicians came out and demanded that the case be sent to a speedy trial, but to no avail. director Kabir Singh and Arjun Reddy Sandip Vanga added two cents to the incident. He wrote: “Fear is the only factor that can radically change things in society and fear must be the new rule. The brutal condemnation will set an example. Now every girl in the country needs a firm guarantee. Please @warangalpolice take action. #RIPPriyankaReddy. ”

Public Outcry

  Public Outcry

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After the tweet was published, many netizens went out to call the director for his hypocrisy. Director's films Kabir Singh a nd Arjun Redd y are known for celebrating toxic masculinity and violence not only against women but also men. Twitterati found that the director, who openly talks about how couples who hit each other are still in love, is now suddenly concerned about women's safety issues. In the offensive scene, Shahid Kapoor's Kabir Singh slapped the face of his girlfriend's character (played by Kiara Adwani).

Director of Lootera Vikramaditya Motwane shouted to Sandeep Vanga in a shady tweet "Will this stop them?" referred to a comment made by Sandeep Vanga about couples clapping with each other for love. Another celebrity who got up to hit Sandip Vanga was singer Sona Mohapatra, who wrote, "Would you help if you did your job better. Stop making movies that glorify sexist behavior, misogyny, and violence against women. Movies like #KabirSingh aka #ArjunReddy, where you ride on male-to-business toxicity. Maybe use your "virtue signaling" in your work? "Other Twitter users also expressed dissatisfaction and referred to the director with tweets such as," This is rich coming from you! "And" Making movies like Arjun Reddy and Kabir Singh celebrates toxic masculinity and a tweet for fear. It's not nice. "All this comes after Malay actress Parvati Tiruvotu criticized the film and its lead character for promoting not only violence against women, but the copycat will use this film as inspiration for their own depraved actions. According to the acclaimed actress, both Arjun Reddy and Kabir Singh speak the language of glory unlike their counterpart, the Joker who presents the storyline that viewers can view that is. Read some of the tweets below

What about and others have said about the crime

  What others have said about the crime

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Actor Salman Khan took to Twitter to name the criminals as " Shaitan " (meaning demons), masked in human appearance and made a valid point that " Betty Bachao " should not just be a campaign, but it should actually be shown. Raja Sabha MP and former actress Jaya Bachchan said the criminals should be lynched in full view of the public. Opposition party leader Gulam Nabi Azad said it was necessary to take a stand against such cruel crimes together. Telangana's Chief Minister K. Chandrashehar Rao ordered the establishment of a speedy trial court and promised to provide the victim's family with the necessary assistance. Asha Devi, the mother of the victim of the 2012 Nirbhaya rape case, said the incident with the young veterinarian is extremely barbaric and hopes her family will get justice faster than their own struggling family. seven years. [19659003] Where are the criminals now?

  Where are the criminals now

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The perpetrators of this horrific crime have been detained and sent to court for fourteen days. Mandal's Executive Magistrate has issued orders that the accused cannot be produced in a fast court in Mahabubnagar because there is no judge available. This provoked widespread outrage across the country and protesters gathered at the police station where the criminals were detained. The accused, whose names are Jolly Shiva, Mohammed Arif, Jolly Naveen and Chintakunta Chennakeshavulu, are likely to be relocated to Mahabubnagar.

Given the heinous nature of the crime, criminals should not show mercy and should be dealt with with extreme urgency, rather than delaying the process ever further. Our hearts go out to the victim's family, and we hope they get the justice they deserve.

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