Kangana Ranaut off and on makes it to the headlines with her controversial statements. This time it is about the most talked topic of the town ‘Dumping of Waste at a Goan Village’ by Dharma Productions of Karan Johar. This film production house has come under a lot of notorious limelight from the environmentalists. Dharma Productions is attracting blames for dumping waste in a Goan village during a film shoot. The shoot for the film starring Deepika Padukone and Siddhant Chaturvedi has been going on in Goa over the last month. As per reports, the crew of the film dumped the waste such as plastic utensils and used PPE kits at the village. For the same, Kangana came in between the matter and tweeted about film industry’s ‘filthy behaviour’.
Kangana Ranaut Takes Dig at Karan Johar’s Dharma for Goan Village Controversy
Kangana shared, “Movie industry is not a virus just for the moral fibre n culture of this nation but it has become very destructive and harmful for the environment also, @PrakashJavdekarji @moefcc see this disgusting,filthy,irresponsible behaviour by so called big production houses, pls help.”
In addition, in another thread she talked about the seemingly ‘appalling attitude’ of the production house. She shared, “Their insensitive and inconsiderate attitude is absolutely appalling,film units need strict rules about women safety, modern ecological resolves, good medical facilities and food quality check for workers, we need government to assign a proper department to inspect these aspects.”
Their insensitive and inconsiderate attitude is absolutely appalling,film units need strict rules about women safety, modern ecological resolves, good medical facilities and food quality check for workers, we need government to assign a proper department to inspect these aspects. pic.twitter.com/B4ec6sHzNK
— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) October 27, 2020
As per the report by IANS, the waste was dumped at Nerul, which is a village only 10km away from the Goan capital Panaji. The Goa Health Minister, Vishwajit Rane, said, “It is not right to dump waste in the open. When permission was given for the film shoot, conditions ought to have been added in guidelines that the entity will dispose of the waste.”
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