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India Lockdown: Anurag Kashyap, Vir Das slam PM Modi for last-minute announcement

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 25 March 2020, 14:28 IST
Anurag Kashyap, Vir Das slam PM Modi

Last night PM Modi announced that for 21 days India will observe complete lockdown. Well everyone accepted the orders of Prime Minister and Bollywood celebs have started asking their fans to follow the lockdown seriously otherwise they have to face serious consequences of breaking the rule. Well, as everyone is busy asking each other to stay at home and not panic, 2 of our famous celebs from tinsel down Anurag Kashyap and Vir Das are not satisfied with this order.

Taking to their Twitter handle they both slammed Narendra Modi for announcing the lockdown at the last minute. Comedian Vir advice prime minister to change his speechwriter. Though he did appreciate the move and called it a 'bold move' however he felt that the speech could have been short and to the point.

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He wrote, “This is a brave bold decision and I support and applaud our PM. Not his speechwriter. The fact that people are panicking in response to a speech, means it didn't go as planned.”

 

Joining the bandwagon was filmmaker Anurag and asked that why he chooses 8 pm to make an important announcement. In the tweet, he asked him to make an announcement in the day or a bit early for the people to prepare.

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Meanwhile, due to this growing risk of Coronavirus, many films have been postponed in Bollywood. Apart from the March slot makers have decided to postpone the big film falling in the month of April and May. Know which films have been postponed here.

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First published: 25 March 2020, 14:28 IST
 
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