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Ajay Devgn says Delhi cracker ban should be implemented in other cities

Ajay Devgn has come in support of the controversial ruling of the Supreme Court in imposing the Delhi cracker ban during Diwali saying that bursting of fire crackers should be banned in other cities as well.

The Bollywood hero said that the cracker ban in Delhi is a right decision considering the rise in pollution levels during the Hindu festival of Diwali.

Ajay Devgn was sharing his thoughts on the Delhi cracker ban with the media during the promotional event of the Bollywood movie 2017 Golmaal Again in New Delhi on Monday. The star was present with other actors of Golmaal Again comedy movie that included Parineeti Chopra, Tabu, Tusshar Kapoor, Kunal Khemu and Arshad Warsi.

Golmaal Again release will be on Diwali when Ajay Devgn wants people to stop bursting firecrackers as it would pollute the air.

Ajay Devgn Golmaal Again poster

Ajay Devgn Golmaal Again poster

Ajay Devgn’s comments on Delhi cracker ban may not go well to some of his hardcore Hindu fans. We will have to see if Hindu right wing groups would go on to put a ban on Golmaal Again movie following Ajay Devgn’s statement that calls for ban on bursting firecrackers.

Ajay Devgn Comments on Delhi Cracker Ban

There is a definite resentment among the Hindus that they have been treated as a soft target while minorities have been pampered at their cost.

Bollywood actors have been accused of endorsing anti-Hindu activities and showing bias towards Muslims, in particular. People are questioning their integrity as the Bollywood celebrities are openly talking against bursting firecrackers due to pollution while staying mum when innumerable animals are killed by Muslims during Bakrid.

Recently, Shraddha Kapoor was trolled for coming in support of the Delhi cracker ban when she said that bursting of fire crackers during Diwali scares animals. The Bollywood heroine faced a backlash on Twitter having posted a video urging her followers to restrain from bursting crackers for the sake of animals and keep the festival noise and pollution free.

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