Ranbir Kapoor Condemns Delhi Gang Rape, Asks Youth Not To Take Law Into Their Hands

26 December 2012
Ranbir Kapoor Condemns Delhi Gang Rape, Asks Youth Not To Take Law Into Their Hands

Youth icon and Bollywood's poster boy Ranbir Kapoor has strongly condemned the Delhi gang rape. Kapoor says that such incidents make him angry, however he urged the youth to not take law into their hands.

Talking about the incident recently Ranbir said, "I condemn this incident, like everyone else. It makes me feel really bad and angry. I feel like doing and talking a lot of things about it. We all hope that this kind of evil shouldn't exist in our country or the world but when you hear such things, you lose hope, you feel that there is no goodness in this world."

 

When asked about his thoughts on the protests that have engulfed the entire nation, Kapoor said, " It’s personal for everyone. I’ll not say whether the youth should do this protest or not but they shouldn't take law into their hands. Our government and our police, they are very capable. Today the citizens of our nation can stand up and ask for what they want and express what they feel. It’s a good thing that the youth is coming forward to address such issues but they shouldn’t take law into their hands."

 

Other Bollywood stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Kareena Kapoor, Salman Khan and Akshay Kumar too have voiced their anger against the brutal Delhi gang rape.

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