‘Scam 1992’ and ‘The Family Man’ fame, actress and model Shreya Dhanwanthary has reacted to the ongoing violence against minorities across the country. The actress said that India is not a single idea. Shreya’s response was on Twitter.
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Shreya’s Twitter post comes against the backdrop of violence against particular religious communities in different parts of the country on the occasion of Ram Navami Day. The worst-hit areas were Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and West Bengal.
“How can there be THIS much hate? India is more than just one singular idea of a hard-fought hope,” Shreya tweeted. Many people have shared the tweet of the actress.
Earlier, Shreya was also the actress who made her stand clear during the halal food controversy. She responded by sharing a card called ‘Meet on the Menu’ prepared by India Today about non-veg food in India.
Shreya Dhanwanthary made her Bollywood debut with Imran Hashmi starring ‘Why Cheat India’. The actress has acted in seven Hindi films, two Telugu films and several television shows. She also starred in Sony Liv’s ‘Scam 1992’ and the Amazon Prime video web series ‘The Family Man’. She was the 2008 Femina Miss India South runner-up and in the same year, she was crowned Miss India.
She will be seen in the upcoming Bollywood thriller ‘Chup’ starring Dulquer Salmaan. The film is directed by R Balki. Sunny Deol and Pooja Bhatt will play the lead roles in the film.