Actor Prakash raj done a spectular entry into the “Award wapsi” gang with a Mind Blowing Dialogue. Read what this iconic actor said in the Murder of Gauri Lankesh.
Those who killed Gauri Lankesh or May not be Traced but that apart, there is a huge crowd out there enjoying and celebrating on social Media. We all know who they are, what their ideology is. Some of those celebrating this ghastly episode are being followed by none other than Mr Modi himself. This is what worries me, where is our country is headed to?
The seculars and liberals were extremely happy with this Punching dialogue but Mr Prakash raj had something else in his kitty. Read this Next dialogue which will remain as the dialogue of the decade. I say you keep it. I don’t want the awards. Don’t tell me that good days will come.
Raj said Lankesh was his close friend and in his experience he had not heard such harsh language being used against anyone. My problem is that who killed (her) is not important — but who is celebrating is clearly seen (on Twitter), he said after inaugurating the 11th state conference of the Democratic Youth Federation of India, the youth wing of the CPI(M).
Who is happy can be clearly seen. There may not be proof (regarding the killing), but things can be seen. Today through social media the hidden cruelty is known,” he said.
We have a prime minister amidst us who is sitting with his eyes shut to this, the actor alleged.
I’m bigger actor than you, don’t try to act in front of me, please respect me as an actor. If you act in front of me as though you know nothing–am I a fool (to believe it) or are people or today’s younger generation fools,” he asked.
Raj, who has acted in Hindi, Kannada, Telugu and Tamil movies, went on to add, “When I see such actors who are acting as though nothing has happened, I have been given five national awards, I feel like returning it to them. They are bigger actors than me.
He has won national awards as best supporting actor for his film ‘Iruvar’ in Tamil, special jury award for ‘Anthapuram’ in Telugu, special jury award for various movies in multiple languages, best actor for ‘Kanchivaram’ in Telugu, and best film for ‘Puttakkana Highway’ in Kannada.
Raj also apparently referred to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath performing Dussehra rituals at Gorakhpur as the Mahant of the Gorakhnath temple. He said he saw a video relating to Uttar Pradesh and could not make out whether it was a chief minister or a temple priest. There are people who play such double roles, he alleged.