Paresh Raval Apologizes What Tweet He Made Aiming Rajput Community:
It seems that there is a strong connection between the Bollywood actors and controversies. The new one associates to Paresh Raval. On Sunday, in the wake of being reprimanded for remarks he professedly made about Rajputs, Paresh Rawal apologized.
Now, the matter has ended up. According to that previous tweet, ‘He asserted his ‘monkey’ remark was gone for the Nizam of Hyderabad and not Rajputs. His comment was misunderstood. We all know that how Padmavati issues is already going on and now this one agitated the issue a bit. The KarniSena, in the news over the challenges against Padmavati, had cautioned Paresh Rawal over his announcement.
Paresh Rawal apologizes for ‘Raja-Vaja-Vandra’ remark
According to the latest reports, actor-turned-government official Paresh Rawal on Saturday apologized for supposedly contrasting the royals (raja) and music (vaja) with monkeys (vandra) in the midst of the seething level headed discussion over the arrival of Padmavati.
Rawal was in the eye of the tempest a couple of days back, when he composed and erased a tweet with respect to the ‘YuvaDesh’s slanderous image. Notwithstanding, he later issued a conciliatory sentiment for ”He said that I extremely apologise what I said. I am sorry to all the members of Rajput community. I do not have any idea why those words come from my side. I did not have any sorts of intention to hurt sentiments of any community.
. In the tweet that is presently erased, he had composed, ‘Our Chai-Wala is any day superior to anything visit Bar-Wala!’ He also stated while apologized that though it was my statement but it was aimed to the Rajput community.
We all know that Rajput community is regarded a splendor community in India and they incredibly made all of us proud. My statement went under wrong impression otherwise I did not mean that. I also respect to that community and nothing wrong will come out of my mouth against such a respectable community ever. If anyone feel hurt due to my statement, I sorry to them.
The 67-year-old performing artist turned-lawmaker was reacting to the ‘Indian Youth Congress’ online magazine ‘YuvaDesh,’ where they tweeted a photo of Prime Minister Modi in discussion with U.S President Donald Trump and UK Prime Minister Theresa May.
But in the end, he accepted his mistake and deleted the tweet from his account. That tween suddenly fetched a great attention and made a great buzz. People did not like and lashed him out for tweeting something like this. He also said that he did not mean that. His tweet has been taken wrongly that lead the issue.
Though he just wrote that words bud did not aim to hurt anyone. Though It is good to know that this matter has closed with this apology. We all hope that we would not hear this kind of controversy in future as they do not impact good at all. Community related matter has always been sensitive and we all must respect each-other’s community.