I have my rights to criticize, why am I a traitor, asks Naseeruddin Shah

21 Dec 2018 02:39 PM

I have my rights to criticize, why am I a traitor, asks Naseeruddin Shah

Updated 21 Dec 2018 02:39 PM

Naseeruddin Shah says, what I said earlier was as a worried Indian. What did I say this time that I am being termed as a traitor? I am expressing concerns about the country I love, the country that is my home. How is that a crime?

Expressing his concerns over dwindling law and order in the country where "death of a cow has more significance than that of a police officer", veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah on Thursday said he's worried for children in today's India.

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