A renowned Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt on Monday slammed Kamaal Khan for giving offensive comments against Bollywood actresses on social media.
Vikram Bhatt feels that “It’s time to fight against Khan’s comments to safeguard the industry of women.”
Recently, defamation case was filed in the court by Vikram Bhatt against Kamaal Khan for alleging nasty things about him and 1920 London actress Meera Chopra.
On social media site Facebook, Vikram expressed his annoyance against Khan for giving irreverent comments regarding the industry’s celebrities at Monday morning.
Khan tweeted about actresses like Priyanka Chopra, Huma Qureshi, Madhuri Dixit Nene, Alia Bhatt, Parineeti Chopra, Sunny Leone, Bipasha Basu and Nargis Fakhri.
Bhatt decided to fight against the situation when he saw his daughter crying over the issue.
“My defamation suit is suddenly not important. This fight has stopped being about me now. The film fraternity has been a source of livelihood for my family for generations. This is the least I can do to say, ‘Thank you’,” Bhatt posted.
“We must fight because the NGOs and the Women’s Commission which should safeguard the ladies of my fraternity have not found anything disrespectful about this man’s comments. I don’t understand why.”
“We must fight because Twitter India has not taken this account down and thinks Mr. Khan’s comments are free speech. I don’t understand why,” Bhatt wrote.
“We must fight because the ladies in my fraternity are being abused and the various film associations think it is all right. I don’t understand why… We must fight because a man attacks my tribe every other day and we have no other way but to go into the filth to fight him.”
“They advised me against continuing with this fight. When you fight filth you get filthy yourself, they warned, and they are right.”
Bhatt said “Now I will reveal in the court how Vikram Bhatt tried to supply Meera Chopra to a well-known producer by many dirty tricks.”