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While there are public protests against the controversial citizenship bill in Nadia, voices are being raised against the bill in the Indian film industry. There has been a public reaction after police violence against the students of Jamia Millia, but Bollywood artists have also recorded their protests.
Actors who care about whether they will find work in the industry after criticizing the Modi government are getting a lot of attention on social media, but there are some who criticize them for keeping quiet on this important issue. Is being targeted.
Bollywood superstar actor Hrithik Roshan wrote in one of his tweets, "As a father and a citizen of India, I am saddened by the unrest in the country's educational institutions."
I hope and pray that peace returns as soon as possible. Great teachers learn from their students. I offer a silhouette to a young democracy. '
Bollywood actress Swara Bhaskar shared a post on Twitter inviting people to join the protest march to protest that she was delighted. It is time for India to stand up. '
Indian actor Manoj Bajpai strongly criticized the Indian government and the police, writing: "There are times when we are powerless to stop injustice but there should never be a time when we fail to protest. Be with students and their right to protest. I condemn violence against protesting students. '

Bollywood's 'domineering' actress Sakashi Sahana also shared a post that spoke about the democratic and secular state of India and the equality of all citizens.
Actress Hamakrishi also praised the Modi government, saying in her tweet, "This is absolutely unrealistic, the violence that the police have taken to deal with students is horrible." Citizens have the right to peaceful protest. Addressing Narendra Modi and India's Home Minister Amit Shah, he wrote, "Was there no other option?"
N artists were openly praised for supporting the protesters and condemning the violence, but also raised questions about the silence of Bollywood's Khans.
Bollywood's King Shah Rukh Khan has not yet made any statement against student violence, even though he himself is a graduate of Jamia Millia. Salman Khan and Aamir Khan are also being criticized for taking a quiet stand.
 Meanwhile, Action Hero Akshay Kumar seems to be elaborating on one of his likes on Twitter, on which social media users are angry.
Akshay Kumar had posted a post on the protest of Jamia Millia, explaining that 'this post was wrongly labeled, I do not support any such action.'
 Famous actor Sushant Singh was dismissed from his work on the same day for his solidarity with the demonstrators and attending the demonstrations.
They say that if this is the price to support the truth then they are willing to pay that price, for tomorrow and for the future of their children. ”
Actor Mohammad Zeeshan Ayub also visited Jamia Millia Islamia and criticized the Modi government at a press conference.

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