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Angered by Deepika Padukone’s open support for JNU students, who were attacked by a masked mob on Sunday, Twitter trolls invented a reason to outrage and call for a boycott of her latest film Chhapaak. Internet users are now trolling the actress and the makers for ‘changing the religion of the man who threw acid on Laxmi Agarwal’. Chhapaak is based on the story of Laxmi Agarwal, who at 15 was attacked with acid by a man called Nadeem Khan. In Chhapaak, Nadeem Khan has been allegedly replaced by Rajesh, say trolls on Twitter. Fact: It hasn’t. In Chhapaak, the attacker’s name has been changed from Nadeem Khan to Basheer Khan. Rajesh is the name of one of Deepika’s friends in the film.
From #NadeemKhan and #Rajesh to #NameItLikeBollywood, several hashtags are trending on Twitter as internet users are calling the makers hypocrites for changing the religion of the attacker of Laxmi Agarwal.
One Twitter user wrote, “Why not the real culprit name (Nadeem Khan)? Why a Hindu name is used instead? (sic)”
Kushal Mishra (@mishra_kushal_) January 8, 2020
“Deepika padukone changed the culprit in her upcoming movie from Nadeem Khan to Rajesh. If she doesn’t have the guts to show reality in her movie that’s based on a reality, then sorry she is a fake personality who cannot be considered as a role model…. (sic),” wrote another.
Deepika padukone changed the culprit in her upcoming movie from Nadeem Khan to Rajesh. If she doesn’t have the guts to show reality in her movie that’s based on a reality, then sorry she is a fake personality who cannot be considered as a role model….. pic.twitter.com/YmnC0k7HAc
Virat M Vasani (@ViratMVasani1) January 8, 2020
One user wrote, “Chhappak is based on true Real Life story of Laxmi the id Attack victim. Then WHY Perpetrator name changed from Nadeem to Rajesh ?? (sic)”
Rosy (@rose_k01) January 8, 2020
“Name of the guy who attacked Laxmi Aggarwal with acid was Nadeem Khan. But makers changed his name to Rajesh to suit their agenda. This is how Machinery of anti Hindu Bollywood gang functions… (sic),” wrote yet another Twitter user.
Name of the guy who attacked Laxmi Aggarwal with acid was “Nadeem Khan” .
But makers changed his name to “Rajesh” to suit their agenda
This is how Machinery of anti Hindu Bollywood gang functions#boycottchhapaakCA Abhishek Vadecha (@CVadecha) January 8, 2020
Understand the chronology.
– Chhapak film is based on Laxmi Agarwal an acid attack survivor.
– Nadeem Khan is the name of the person who throws acid in real life.
– In film name is changed to Rajesh … a Hindu name
So Deepika’s visit to JNU is not surprising.#DeepikaPadukone pic.twitter.com/QkBmNUKZWL
Vishal Pandey (@VishalK03006226) January 8, 2020
Apart from #NadeemKhan and #Rajesh, people are also using hashtags like #boycottchhapaak and #boycottdeepikapadukone.
On Tuesday, Deepika Padukone visited JNU to show solidarity with students and teachers, who were attacked by masked goons in the university campus on Sunday night. Right after the news made to the internet, these hashtags started trending on Twitter.
Deepika Padukone at JNU in solidarity with the students. There’s a reason why we call her THE Queen of Bollywood. A class apart! pic.twitter.com/d77a9oIEin
pri (@filmesthete) January 7, 2020
BJP’s Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga took to Twitter to ask his supporters to boycott the film. He wrote, “RT if you will Boycott Movies of @deepikapadukone for her Support to #TukdeTukdeGang and Afzal Gang (sic).”
Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga (@TajinderBagga) January 7, 2020
Directed by Meghna Gulzar, Chhapaak also stars Vikrant Massey in a pivotal role. The film hit screens on January 10.
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