CAA protests: Stars trolled for their posts

Because the clashes among the Delhi Law enforcement and the students of Jamia Millia Islamia College and Aligarh Muslim College on December 15, numerous


stars have occur out to convey their worry above the Citizenship Modification Act and the National Sign up of Citizens. The act that gave increase to protests from across the country, received a increase with numerous major names becoming a member of in and standing in solidarity with the pupils and individuals.
However, a handful of celebs landed in trouble for their posts during the ongoing protests.

Disha Patani

Yesterday, actress Disha Patani posted a sultry photograph on the net although posing in lingerie that confirmed off her curves and chiselled stomach muscles. But social media buyers quickly started trolling the actress for staying ‘irresponsible’ and sharing the photograph amid the on-likely protests in the region.

Hrithik Roshan

As a mum or dad and a citizen of india , I am deeply saddened by the unrest across numerous educational establishments of…

— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) 1576670412000

Whilst Hrithik Roshan shared a heartfelt social media write-up that termed for peace amidst the protests in the nation, the actor was trolled for obtaining his points wrong. Indicating he was deeply saddened by the unrest in the region, Hrithik identified as for peace and saluted “the world’s youngest democracy.”

It wasn’t prolonged prior to a Twitter consumer pointed out that Tunisia is the world’s youngest democracy, not India. The goof grabbed everyone’s interest and even went on to make headlines.

Farhan Akhtar

— Farhan Akhtar (@FarOutAkhtar) 1576657520000

Farhan Akhtar strike the streets to protest in opposition to the CAA as he believed the time to convey outrage on social media by itself was over.

The actor took to Twitter to announce that he would show up at the protest on Thursday at August Kranti Maidan in Mumbai. He also shared an graphic that sought to clarify the ramifications of the CAA and NRC. Nevertheless, before long after Farhan’s write-up, quite a few on Twitter pointed out a discrepancy in the map of India he experienced shared. Farhan tweeted once again, stating that he did not endorse the map, which he had shared, and apologised for the oversight.

Alia Bhatt


Early this week, Alia Bhatt posted a image of the Preamble to the Structure of India, as a mark of solidarity towards nationwide students’ protesting towards the Citizenship Modification Act (CAA). “Discover from the students”, she wrote with the image. Shortly, netizens trolled her for publishing the original Preamble which did not include things like the phrases “secular” and “integrity”. The Preamble to the Indian Consitution was amended through the 42nd Amendment when the description of India was modified to “sovereign socialist secular democratic republic.”

Akshay Kumar


Akshay Kumar landed in a soup when he “mistakenly” preferred a video that allegedly mocked the assault on the protest. A screenshot of the actor’s ‘Like’ on the submit, angered netizens and lovers who began sharing the image and also slamming the actor for the similar.

Akshay, on the other hand, was brief to issue a clarification about his stance on the concern and described the rationale for his ‘Like’ on the claimed submit.

Relating to the ‘like’ on the tweet of Jamia Milia pupils, it was by mistake. I was scrolling and unintentionally it m…

— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) 1576477260000

“Regarding the ‘like’ on the tweet of Jamia Milia pupils, it was by oversight. I was scrolling and accidentally it should have been pressed and when I realised I quickly unliked it as In no way do I help these types of functions,” Akshay tweeted.