Wake up India, Bollywood celebs express angst over Delhi braveheart’s death
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Ajay Devgn: Why does someone need to be sacrificed to start a revolution? I hope her sacrifice is not in vain. The b*****ds should be hanged! Jai hind.
Boman Irani: She was like a soldier of revolution. If forgotten, the shame on us is greater than the one’s we accuse!
Shabana Azmi: And SHE PASSES AWAY in Singapore. RIP. Our impotence stares us in the face. May SHE become the wake-up call our country needs. We must soul search. Female foeticide; inequal access to nutrition, education, health; no decision making powers; dowry demands; rapes rampant. INDIA WAKE UP.
Kabir Bedi: ‘Nirbhaya’ will live forever in India’s heart. Her ordeal moved us deeply. She raised the consciousness of a nation. RIP.
Amitabh Bachchan: ‘Amanat’, ‘Damini’ just a name now… her body has passed away, but her soul shall forever stir our hearts.
Mini Mathur: A young life tormented and snuffed out by six deranged animals in human garb. India will find it difficult to find a new low. Angry. Just angry. India’s rate of growth, diplomatic breakthroughs mean nothing till we clean up the muck within. It’s still the f****ing dark ages in here.
Sonu Sood: Few condolence messages from our politicians and THAT’S IT!! The brave girl who lost her life will just be a topic of debate for some.
Kunal Kapoor: Heartbroken by the news… RIP braveheart. We should not rest though, till there is a change in our system. Just demanding justice for her not enough, there are 20,000 women like her waiting for justice. We need to raise our voice for all of them. I really hope the anger that we all feel, does nOt disappear after a couple of days and a few emotional tweets.
Anubhav Sinha: ASHAMED that I belong to a race that commits such heinous acts. My apologies to all women. RIP would be such a farce. All men, let us hang our heads in shame and apologise to those who feel threatened in the world they give birth to.
Anupam Kher: This is death of human dignity, death of being an Indian, death of innocence and this is also death of a system. This is not the time to shut down metros, India Gate or India. This is the time to apologise and to say sorry for letting people down.
Vishal Dadlani: We must be non-violent, yet strong, focussed and determined! The law must change. The mindset must change. The country MUST CHANGE!!
Karan Johar: RIP to a brave girl who fought in a weak and paralysed country… Shame on all of us.
Madhur Bhandarkar: RIP Damini, today is a dark day in our democracy. We should pledge not to let dust settle on this fight till the end.
Ashish Chowdhry: Shame. Shame on humanity. Shame on our country. Shame on justice… even god’s justice. Shame. And I don’t think she’ll “RIP”. She’ll need answers.
Sophie Choudry: So angry, upset, ashamed, helpless! We need to change mindsets, we need strong anti-rape laws, we need to value human life… NOW!
Onir: Zero tolerance to crime against women should be the new year resolution of the nation.
Mahesh Bhatt: Shut all temples where you pretend to worship the female form. Cry India! Your hands are drenched with the blood of your own daughters.
Gul Panag: Let’s not forget the many many other unsung women and girls who have also been victims of sexual violence. Outrage shouldn’t be selective.
Sophie Choudry: Her plight made the nation rise up and address an issue that’s been ignored too long! She must not become another statistic. Keep the momentum alive.