Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya comes out in support of director Sandeep Reddy Vanga against Vikramaditya Motwane’s harsh comments


The brutal rape of Dr Priyanka Reddy in Hyderabad has shaken the entire nation. The 26-year-old vet doctor was returning home when this incident took place. The entire nation is raising the voice and expressing anger on this crime including lot of Bollywood fraternities.

Film Kabir Singh’s director, Sandeep Reddy Vanga, tweeted about the incident and wrote, “FEAR is the only factor which can change things radically in a society and FEAR should be the new rule. Brutal sentence will set an example. Now every girl in the country needs a firm guarantee. I request @warangalpolice to come into action.#RIPPriyankaReddy” (sic).

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Taking a jibe at Vanga’s tweet, director Vikramaditya Motwane wrote, “Will that FEAR stop them from slapping her?” (sic)

Motwane quoted it in the context of his film Kabir Singh. The fans didn’t like it and started pouring in comments as soon as he tweeted this. Now, in an interview to an online portal, TV actress Divyanka Tripathi has come out and supported Sandeep Reddy Vanga.

“Why does entertainment always have to be about morals and fairytales in India? Films are also a reflection of the society we live in. People like Kabir Singh do exist. It is a direct depiction of this twisted character, that doesn’t preach about how he should or shouldn’t have been,” Divyanka said in a statement.

She further added, “Cinema is not always a moral science class and we shouldn’t pigeon hole a film into a family film just because it is performed by a commercial actor. If it had an offbeat actor in it, people would have received it differently.”

(Source: Twitter / Spotboye)