New Delhi: Comedian Vir Das has broken his silence on his controversy over the title ‘Two Indias’ at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington DC. In an interview with a leading daily, he explained that he was ‘just doing a show’ and did not intend to initiate conversation. Virdas told India Today that I have come here to do my work and will continue to do so. ( verdas two indians )
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Veer got trolled after this video
Virdas further said that I was just doing a show. We were full, and it was my audience and I wrote a piece. I don’t think you ever expect to start a conversation. I guess you expect people to laugh. Unbeknownst to the Mumbai-based stand-up comic found itself the target of several netizens, a video titled ‘Main Do Bharat Se Aata Hoon’ went viral. Veer got trolled a lot after this viral video. According to sources, a complaint has also been filed against Das for speaking against India.
Politics on Veerdas’s statement ( veerdas two indians )
Virdas touched on various burning issues including agrarian protests, rape in India, the fight against COVID-19 and the comedian’s crackdown in the six-minute clip, which was a part of his recent performance at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington DC. The most part of the video was in the discussion in which Veer was saying that I come from India where we worship daughters during the day and gang-rape them at night. The comedian came under criticism from various sections of the society, including actor Kangana Ranaut, who have demanded action against him. Whereas, TMC MP Mahua Moitra and Congress leaders Kapil Sibal and Shashi Tharoor have supported Das on his piece. ( verdas two indians )