The controversial amendment to the Citizenship Act, which is nearing a month since being enacted, has left the film fraternity divided.
"I feel proud about it that people are coming out — be it on the streets or wherever they are — they are raising their voice and expressing themselves as it is important. If we want to see a change in life and society, it is important that a point of view be put forward," she told NDTV.
It absolutely is! All our multiple identies can & should coexist.. It’s just that IMHO as strategy it’s important to remind everyone that the NRC-NPR is going to harm everyone because stressing on the Hindu-Muslim aspect only helps the right wing narrative. They want polarisation https://t.co/RTMpStfvbx— Swara Bhasker (@ReallySwara) January 8, 2020
Sardar Patel had Unified India and @narendramodi Will Never Let it Disintegrate.— Paresh Rawal (@SirPareshRawal) December 19, 2019
The Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019 does not affect any Indian citizen.Watch what the artists have to say about CAA. #IndiaSupportsCAA pic.twitter.com/Bn8exkC1HC— BJP (@BJP4India) January 8, 2020