Last Saturday, Karan Johar hosted a small house party at his residence which was attended by the Bollywood biggies such as Shahid Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Ranbir Kapoor, Malaika Arora, Mira Rajput and Arjun Kapoor to name a few.
Bollywood parties are always a treat to eyes as it is the moment when we get to see the best of our favourite celebrities. A few days back, the private party became a topic of an utter political debate as Akali leader Minjinder Sirsa claimed that the Bollywood brigade were in a drugged state and they should go for a medical test for the same.
As soon as it came to notice, Mumbai Congress leader Milind Deora shut down all the reports by saying that there were no drugs at the party as his wife was also present at the party. Now seems like even Bollywood is divided over this as a few other artists have said that it’s a regular thing for Bollywood biggies.
The latest ones to join the conversation are British Indian Rapper Hard Kaur and MTV VJ Nikhil Chinappa. See what these two has to say about it;
Hard Kaur has said in a statement;
“It’s almost like I can do what I want (because) I am a star. Apparently, you are supposed to have a ‘sex, drugs and rock n’ roll’ lifestyle. I’m not a perfect person you have seen me under the influence of alcohol, but I’m constantly aware of actors and models indulge in these things. Everyone does it,”.
On the other side Nikhil Chinappa has a bit different opinion about it. He said;
“The issue of drugs is a social problem. It is not connected to only the music or film industries. People from the world of sports also have a drug problem. In fact, the world of sports has a big problem with drugs. From what I have read, the major issue with drugs does not concern illegal drugs as much as it concerns pharmacy drugs. People are addicted to painkillers and cough syrups. That is the bigger issue you should talk of. People who take drugs don’t come from a specific sphere of life, and it doesn’t matter whether you are rich or poor, sportsmen or industrialist, musician or actor or entrepreneur,”.
Seems like even Bollywood celebs are divided over this issue. What’s your take on this? Do let us know in the comments section below.