Farhan Akhtar on Thursday took part in a protest against the amended citizenship act in Mumbai and said that raising one's voice is an absolute democratic right of every citizen. Irani tweeted to the video shared by a Twitter user "Whattay......" along with a face-palm emoji.
In the tweeted video, Akhtar is heard answering reporters and citing the protests against the new citizenship law as an indication of something being wrong with the act. Farhan Akhtar has seen in the video to say, "If you go into the details, it looks like there can be something in there... If everything was okay, why would so many people be concerned?" The answer came when the reporter asked the actor about the government's repeated assurances to each section of the society, with regard to the new law.
The video later goes on to compare Akhtar's comment with a funny scene from the film 'Bunty Aur Babli' in which protestors are clueless about their demands and reason for demonstration.
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