Javed Akhtar gave his reaction on Karan Johar's 'Drugs Party' video, saying this in support


The party, which took place at the producer-director's house last year, is once again in the news amid the investigation of the Sushant Singh Rajput case. The stars present in this party have been accused of consuming drugs. Recently, Karan Johar issued a statement regarding this and dismissed all the allegations. Now his party has reacted by famous lyricist Javed Akhtar.

Javed Akhtar is quite active on social media. He also expresses his views on socio-political issues with utmost care. He has criticized all the news channels, referring to Karan Johar's party. In fact, apart from the investigation of drugs in the case of Sushant Singh Rajput on news channels these days, Karan Johar's party news is getting more. On the other hand, farmers are protesting on the streets against agricultural legislators.

Supporting Karan Johar's party in this matter, Javed Akhtar wrote on Twitter, "If Karan Johar had invited some farmers in his party too, then the life of TV channels would have been easier. They don't have to choose one of the farmers' demonstrations and Karan's party! It seems that Karan's party is the second most favorite 'party' in our channels. '

Javed Akhtar's tweet on social media is becoming increasingly viral. His fans and all social media users are responding to his tweet. Significantly, in the Sushant Singh Rajput case, Karan Johar is constantly being targeted. Now Karan Johar has issued a statement clarifying the entire matter. He has said in his statement that neither he himself takes any drugs nor encourages its consumption.

Actually, there were reports that drugs were consumed at the party held at Karan Johar's house. Karan Johar issued a statement saying that 'such misinformation is being spread in the media that drugs were consumed at a party. In 2019, I have denied all such allegations. Currently, a malicious campaign is being run. These allegations are completely false and baseless. No drugs were consumed at that party. I want to talk about whether I do not support those drugs and I do not promote them. '