Varun Dhawan Speaks Up When Asked If Actors Are Afraid To Comment On The Current Protests In The Country

Pallavi Manoj , 18 Dec 2019
Varun Dhawan
Varun Dhawan

Varun Dhawan is about to get super busy with the promotions of his upcoming release Street Dancer 3D.  The trailer of the movie looks amazing and the cast crew also seemed really proud of their work at the trailer launch. But the cast and crew weren’t spared questions about the current protests that are breaking out across the country. During the question and answer session of the trailer launch, Varun Dhawan was asked whether actors are becoming more cautious or getting afraid of commenting on the present situation of our country. The actor was quick to reply that he wasn’t afraid of anyone and it’s not fear that’s keeping him from tweeting about the current protests. He further added that whether to speak out about issues or not is a person to person thing.

He said:

I’m not scared. I love my country. But speaking out these days has become all about how you do it on social media. Is all of India on Twitter? No. I have these discussions in real life, face-to-face with my friends and family as well. The reason why I don’t want to comment on the current situation is because there are 4 or 5 versions of whatever is happening running on the internet and as a public personality, I have to be responsible for what I say. I don’t want to instigate people by saying something wrong without knowing the complete picture. It’s very easy to send out a tweet.

Having said that, the actor also ended his comment by saying that if violence is used in of the cases it’s wrong.

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