#JNUAttacks: Here's what Deepika Padukone and Anil Kapoor have to say about the ongoing protests | Memsaab.com

The entire nation is voicing their opinion about the ongoing CAA protests and the recent Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU )violence. The ugly incident that took place on Sunday evening has certainly taken aback everyone. However, the youth of the state has ensured to come out and take a strong stand about the current concerns. In the wake of the recent incident of JNU attacks, the young brigade has taken to the streets across the nation to protest. The protests in Mumbai last night, saw many celebrities like Anurag Kashyap, Anurag Basu, Taapsee Pannu, Gauahar Khan, Vishal Bhardwaj with wife Rekha Bhardwaj, Richa Chadha, Ali Fazal, Reema Kagti, Dia Mirza and others turn up in solidarity of JNU students, teachers.

Anil Kapoor condemned the attack on Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students by saying that the culprits of the incident should be punished.

Anil Kapoor condemned the attack on Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students by saying that the culprits of the incident should be punished.
In This Image: Anil Kapoor
He added that he was really sad and shocked to see whatever happened to the students on Sunday night. "I feel it has to be condemned. It was quite sad and shocking about what I saw. It was very disturbing. I didn't sleep the entire night by thinking about it. I feel you will not get anything by being violent and whoever has done that should be punished," said Kapoor.
 

During an interaction, Deepika Padukone who is busy with the promotions of 'Chhapaak', was asked about the ongoing protests?

During an interaction, Deepika Padukone who is busy with the promotions of 'Chhapaak', was asked about the ongoing protests?
In This Image: Deepika Padukone
To this, she said that how she is proud that we are not scared to express ourselves, and the fact that we are considering this, and thinking about the future, and irrespective of the point of view we have, the fact remains that it is good to see. Furthermore, she mentioned that she feels proud that people are voicing their opinion, out on the streets, or otherwise and that this has to happen if we want to see any kind of change in the society as bringing upon the point of view is necessary.