Rhea Chakraborty | Photo: Wikimedia Commons
Rhea Chakraborty | Photo: Wikimedia Commons
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New Delhi: Actor Rhea Chakraborty’s arrest by the Narcotics Central Bureau (NCB) over the alleged procurement of drugs in a case linked to the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, finally made Bollywood stand and speak up.

Then, the Maharashtra government set about trying to demolish Kangana Ranaut and her office – much to great outrage.

Rhea’s father Indrajit Chakraborty expresses his pain at the treatment meted out to his daughter and makes a plea on her behalf.

Bollywood actor-producer Dia Mirza shares this with Rhea Chakraborty

But online management lecturer Anurag Sinha finds the message on Rhea Chakraborty’s T-Shirt ‘arrogant’.

Actor Sonam Kapoor gave her own twist to what has been dubbed a `witch-hunt’, by quoting someone else.

Acot/director Farhan Akhtar lashes out at the media trial…

Writer Chetan Bhagat wants you to worry about India’s Covid and GDP problems, now.

Director Anurag Kashyap shared a WhatsApp chat between Rajput’s manager and himself. We are yet to figure out why…

Bollywood’s Raveena Tandon has a ‘drug problem’ she wants something done about.

Horticulturist-lawyer Manoj on how peace is being denied to Rajput even in death

BJP’s Tajinder Singh Bagga added his own twist to the ditty, ‘Roses are red violets are blue…’

The sun might set in the east today as BJP’s Kapil Mishra spoke about the ‘Death of Democracy’.

Journalist Neeta Sharma watched in wonder at Ranaut’s security at Chandigarh airport. We really can’t disagree with her conclusion.

BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra had a lot to say about so-called tolerance.

And far away from all this, the official handle of PMO India tweeted about Pradhan Mantri Swanidhi Yojana and trust and respect.

Meanwhile, the official Twitter handle of Congress goes ‘knock-knock’ at the Modi government’s door — and comes up with its own response.

Author Aatish Taseer gets into a ‘no-holds-barred’ spat with director Vivek Aginhotri. Warning: It’s pretty ugly.

And finally, advocate Vikram Hegde explains why Covid rates are on a ‘high’ in India.

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