The fiasco that occurred on Sunday fifth January 2020 at Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has shaken the country once more. Upsetting photographs and recordings of the breakout have been making the rounds on the web. Some veiled scalawags pelted stones, vandalized property, and even harmed JNU, understudies, instructors and even president Aishe Ghosh of the college.
A few Bollywood VIPs including Swara Bhasker, Shabana Azmi, Sonam Kapoor, Dia Mirza, Mohd Zeeshan Ayyub, Taapsee Pannu, alongside producers Aparna Sen and Hansal Mehta censured the savagery and asked Delhi Police to intercede. They responded to the brutality through the online life stage.
The most recent to join the fleeting trend is ‘Article 15’ on-screen character Ayushmann Khurrana. He took to his Twitter handle and shared a rousing ballad on India’s majority rules system. The lyric shared by the on-screen character has been written by Ayushmann himself, who has a pizazz for composing. His ballad peruses,
“इंसानियत से बड़ा कुछ नहीं
धर्म नहीं, सियासत नहीं.
धन नहीं, विरासत नहीं.
किसी की हो सोच नई, हो अलग तो अलग सही,
पर तुझे उस सोच को नोचने का हक़ नहीं,
यही भारत का लोकतंत्र है,
और इसमें किसी को शक़ नहीं।
He wrote this lyric in setting to the viciousness that occurred in Delhi’s JNU. Through his note, he has passed on how nobody can change the idea of the resident and that is the thing that Indian majority rule government is about.
Ashutosh will be found in the up and coming motion picture ‘Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan, coordinated by Hitesh Kewalya, featuring Ayushmann Khurrana, Neena Gupta, Gajraj Rao and Manu Rishi Chadha as lead characters. Other mainstream on-screen characters who are roped in for the motion picture are Maanvi Gagroo and Bhumi Pednekar.