August 14, 2022

An open letter to Karan Johar on twitter after the drug controversy

Recently Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar on his Instagram account posted a video of the private party that was organized at his residence. But this video gave a different turn by creating a controversy for a different reason.

The video that was posted on Sunday went viral and it got special attention when Majinder Sirsa pointed out that the stars who were present at the party looked drugged in the video. And now an open letter has been popped up from an unverified Twitter account which named ‘NotKangana’ for Karan Johar,

In the open letter some relevant questions were asked to Karan Johar, about why the video was shot to his brazen flaunting of closeness with the stars. It also says that India has changed and they are no longer worshipping celebrities and stars.

The letter also pointed out how he ended the career of Hardik Pandya, stirring up a controversy by making him to answer controversial question on his show. It also criticizes Karan Johar by stating himself surrounded by youth, but fails to understand them.

On July 30, minister of Shiromani Akali Dal, Majinder Sirsa shared the video captioning ‘Udta Bollywood’. He wrote, #UDTABollywood — Fiction Vs Reality. Watch how the high and mighty of Bollywood proudly flaunt their drugged state. I raise my voice against #DrugAbuse by these stars. RT if you too feel disgusted @shahidkapoor @deepikapadukone @arjunk2 @Varun_dvn @karanjohar @vickykaushal09’.

While the accused has not yet responded to the controversy, but Congress politician Milind Deora tweeted in support of the celebs whose wife was also present at the party. While many along with Milind Deora demanded Majinder Sirsa for an apology to the Bollywood stars for his accusation, but he not only refused to apologize but also demanded the celebs to undergo a dope test to prove him wrong.

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