It’s now Rakul who takes the stand against controversies. Currently, there was a post on Twitter saying that during the pre release of SPYder, Rakul Preet spoke about her role as something which no other actress has essayed in the South.
Later there was an article on Hindustan Times penned about Rakul that, the actress said she did not enjoy the acting experience in SPYder and she worked on the venture only to take the privilege of acting in A.R. Murugadoss’s helmed movie.
Rakul being a sport, did not step back in putting her opinion forward about this above controversy. The actress said,” responsible journalism is something ppl need to learn.” Rakul further replied to the Hindustan Times article saying, “well, in that case whoever took the interview #hindustantimes is hard of hearing.”
Well done Rakul!
Actors in Indian cinema come into the fraternity, for it’s their passion to act and entertain the audience and sometimes send across a message through their performances. Even if their movies don’t do well at the box office, each and every film/role, is an asset to them. The sooner entertainment journalists, gossip web publications understand this, the sooner we make peace to the web war.
There are lots of irrelevant news coming up against the actors and they have been maintaining silence about them. If the actors keep calm about these controversies, the issue always becomes bigger and ultimately leaves an impact on their careers.
It is good that Rakul voiced her opinion against such kind of yellow journalism.
Lastly, the Dhruva girl, said, “the people who have worked with me, know what kind of a person I am and the kind of respect I have for my work and everyone.”
Kudos to Rakul Preet Singh for actually standing up against one of the burning issues of today, yellow journalism! With this instance, she set an example for all those out there who are subject to such issues.