The Mumbai Police on Saturday (February 20) stepped up security around Amitabh Bachchan’s residence, following which Maharashtra Congress President Nana Patole threatened to disrupt the shooting of Big B and Akshay Kumar’s film if they ran out of fuel Fail to tweet against prices. According to a report in ANI, a police car and two police officers were stationed outside the ‘Dewar’ actor’s house Jalsa. The report said that security guards of senior Bachchan were also installed along with additional security.
The Mumbai Police beefed up security around the B-town megastar’s home, as Patole questioned his silence over the fuel price hike. Addressing the media, the Congress leader said that the activists would show ‘black flags’ to Tinsel Town celebs upon the release of their films. Patole addressed Big B and Akshay Kumar as ‘lion of paper’ and said that they are not real heroes. He said that if he had been a real-life hero, he would have taken a stand for the people.
“We haven’t stepped back. Whenever their films are released or when we spot them, we will show them black flags. We will follow democratic methods.
Patol launched a fresh attack on two Bollywood stalwarts and said that the party would continue to protest against them in a ‘democratic way’.
The Congress leader had earlier given slogans to Bachchan and Kumar for not speaking against the BJP government for raising fuel prices. He criticized the Manmohan Singh government for not saying anything against PM Modi’s leg government, which had recently criticized the Manmohan Singh government, which has raised petrol and diesel prices drastically.
He threatened to stop shooting and screening his films on ‘failing to speak in front of celebs’ on burning issues in the country.