Pop star Rihanna has been making headlines ever since she posted a tweet on farmers’ protests in India. The We Found Love ‘singer became the first global celebrity to support farmers, who are opposed to farm laws. A number of Bollywood celebs including Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgan, Ekta Kapoor, Karan Johar shared posts on social media and asked their fans to ‘not come for any false propaganda’ against Indian policies.
Akshay Kumar retweeted the official statement of the Ministry of External Affairs and requested his followers to support the ‘amicable resolution’ and ignore the person causing the differences.
“Farmers are an extremely important part of our country. And the efforts being made to resolve their issues are clear. Let’s support an amicable resolution instead of focusing on someone who is creating differences, the “Good News” actor wrote on the micro-blogging site.
Akshay’s post got more than 28k retweets and 99k likes. After tweeting in favor of the government, player Kumar started trending on social media.
Punjabi playback singer Jazzy B expressed his displeasure over Akshay’s ‘campaign against India’ tweet. He raised slogans calling the med padman ‘actor a’ fake king ‘on Twitter.
Esting Jugni ‘The singer said that farmers opposing agricultural laws refer to Akshay Singh’s film Hay Singh Is Kinj’. He questioned why the farmers did not give a single tweet when they were protesting peacefully.
Rav said by tweeting Vav Ji Vav Bhaji Huni! 2 months farmer peaceful protest ti baathe dekho little colo ik tweet ni hoa tey subpro dagga de de oh, you are not the lion but the real king is sitting in protest Fake king. (Wow brother now only tweeting! Farmers were protesting peacefully for 2 months, at that time you could not even tweet a single and in fact, now you are calling it propaganda. You are not Singh is King Are, ”tweeted Jazzy B.
Bollywood actor Siddharth posted a cryptic tweet on Twitter after several celebs told their followers not to pay attention to people, who are trying to create differences. “Choose your heroes wisely or let them fall from grace. Education, empathy, honesty and a little backbone could have saved the day. Alas, the actor of “Rang De Basanti” wrote on the micro-blogging site.
He further tweeted, “When powerful people who never take a stand, all of a sudden sing the same tune in an orchestral effort and are simply told to like the claws, that’s the hype. Get your #propaganda Get to know. “