New Delhi. Who does not know Paresh Rawal today. He has given many hit movies in Bollywood. Everyone is a fan of his comedic beat and acting from him. He has done many movies like Bhagam Bhag, Phir Hera Pheri where no one else can do the job like him. The great Bollywood actor Paresh Rawal has said something about Bollywood actors this time. About which we will talk here, there he gave a speech about the Rohingya Muslims. After which his speech went very viral. Paresh Rawal’s statement was misrepresented after which Paresh Rawal apologized to the people. What is the problem here we will tell you.
Paresh Rawal, who plays a big role in Indian artists, often says something like that, which is very viral among people. Recently, he made sharp comments about Bollywood actors during a conversation. Although he has not named anyone, but from his conversation it can be guessed who he has spoken about.
In a slow interview with Neelesh Mishra, Paresh Rawal commented on Bollywood actors saying:“Our actors also spread out a bit. Having an expensive car does not reflect your prestige. Your work is the symbol of your reputation. Whether you get out of a BMW car or a rickshaw, you are no less of an artist. BMW is important to a person who lacks talent. Apart from this, he also said that there should be some help for the artists from the state governments. It shouldn’t be that an artist is worried about how to live his life. An artist must concentrate on his art.
Apart from this, Paresh Rawal got severely trapped while giving a speech at a meeting in Gujarat. Paresh said in the speech,“The gas cylinder is expensive but it will become cheaper. People will also get jobs. But what will happen when the Rohingyas and Bangladeshis start living around you? As is happening in Delhi. So will you cook fish for bengalis with a gas cylinder?
of course fish is not the problem as Gujaratis cook and eat fish. BUT LET ME CLEAR BY BENGALI I MEAN ILLEGAL BANGLA DESHI N ROHINGYA. BUT EVEN IF I HAVE HURT YOUR FEELINGS AND FEELINGS, I APOLOGIZE. 🙏 https://t.co/MQZ674wTzq
—Paresh Rawal (@SirPareshRawal) December 2, 2022
The video of this statement by Paresh Rawal went quite viral and some people started protesting against him. After which Paresh asked about the mistake and said that the meaning of the words is being extracted from him, he actually had no such intention. He said that in his Bengali speech it meant Rohingya and Bangladeshi Muslims living illegally. He further said, even if someone feels bad because of my words, then I apologize to everyone.
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