Actresses Deepika Padukone attained the Jawaharlal Nehru University Tuesday to demonstrate solidarity with students protesting violence. She had been seen standing together with all the pupils in the Sabarmati T-point.
Deepika had addressed the violence in the JNU campus on Sunday at an interview. “I feel pleased to find we are not afraid to say ourselves… that I believe that the fact that we’re contemplating the nation and its future… Whatever might be our perspective, it is wonderful to see,” Deepika stated in a meeting on Monday. As she promotes her film Chhapaak the actor was in the capital for the previous two times.
On Monday Bollywood stars such as Anurag Kashyap, directors Vishal Bhardwaj, Zoya Akhtar and celebrities Taapsee Pannu and Richa Chadha turned in solidarity.
JNU was on the boil since Sunday when bands of miscreants intruded in Sabarmati hostel with sticks and metal rods to the campus and students. ABVP members and the pupils were accusing each other of this violence. Authorities are currently investigating the issue.