Indian content should have advance apologies from artistes: Vir

Mumbai, June 10 (IANS) Comedian-actor Vir Das, who is known for speaking his mind without mincing words, believes that Indian film or TV content should have an advance apology from artistes before showing the footage or scenes.

Actress Priyanka Chopra’s American TV show “Quantico” is facing a backlash from a number of fans for portraying Indian nationalists as terrorists who were trying to frame Pakistan in a terror plot, even though it is a series of fiction.

Following this, without taking names, Vir expressed his disappointment with a sarcastic solution on Twitter on Sunday.

He posted: “Idea: In the future, Indian content should have advance apologies from artistes. Apologise first, make the content you want. Like a prepaid phone plan for sensitive people.”


Neha, Angad complete one month of married life

Actress-host Neha Dhupia, who surprised her fans and friends with her wedding to actor and “best friend” Angad Bedi, expressed her love on social media for him as they completed a month of their marriage on Sunday.

With a cosy photograph of the two, Neha tweeted: “One month down… forever to go… love you Angad Bedi.”

The couple had tied the knot in an Anand Karaj ceremony attended by close family and friends in a Gurudwara in south Delhi. They made the announcement via social media on May 10.

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