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Karan Aanand: We are only entertainers of Bollywood, not real-life heroes.

Karan Aanand We are only entertainers of Bollywood

Recently, in the violent clash between China and India in the Galvan Valley, 20 soldiers of the country’s army were killed. The nation paid their respectful tribute to the brave sons of the country. Many well-known personalities of our Bollywood have also respected the martyrdom and valour of the heroes. Bollywood veteran Paresh Rawal has often known for his acting in films as well as his views on contemporary issues. Paresh Rawal said that actors should be given the status of entertainers and army and police as real heroes. Whose support was voiced by Bollywood actor Karan Aanand?

Bollywood actor Karan Aanand also expressed his thoughts through his social media account “The circumstances that are going on right now, including Indo-child fight, Corona epidemic, sudden death in the film industry, and many more. Which has made me think that we actors play only one character, share their thoughts on social media which has become so much discussed that we start to be called a hero? While the soldiers sitting on the border, who are posted in the service of the country regardless of their loved ones, people like doctors, policemen, sanitation workers are real heroes, saving lives of people from the corona epidemic. Whose sacrifice is soon forgotten by everyone? It seems to me that we are just an artist who brings real-life heroes to you through his art. Now our very senior actor Paresh Rawal Ji also said that ‘we are entertainers’ and I completely agree with him that we are not the heroes of the society, only an entertainer. We have a lot of flaws, negativity. Even after this, the society is treating us as a hero, so it is a very ironic thing for the country. In the recently concluded India China encounter, Indian soldiers, despite being unarmed, demonstrated their bravery, which should be appreciated and respected. The sacrifice should be respected for the martyrs’ country because the real hero is our Indian soldier.”

On the work front, His first Bollywood movie was ‘Gunday’, followed by ‘Kick’, where his action scenes were much appreciated, But he truly received recognition for his spy-act in ‘Baby’. Recently, he had a cameo in Madhur Bhandarkar’s ‘Calendar Girls’.

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