Vicky Kaushal opened up about Karan Johar’s House party after the filmmaker gave a full-fledged interview recently
Vicky Kaushal won our hearts over and became the national crush earlier this year when he made the entire country chant ‘High Sir‘ with him. Adding another feather to his hat, the super talented actor featured in a music video ‘Pachtaoge’ with the stunning Nora Fatehi. Recently, the actor finally breaks silence on the accusation of being Drugged at Karan Johar’s house party.
Vicky Kaushal finally opened up on being accused of taking drugs at Karan Johar’s party
Actor Vicky Kaushal has reacted to the controversy caused by a video from Karan Johar’s house party last month. He and other Bollywood stars such as Deepika Padukone, Malaika Arora, and Ranbir Kapoor were accused by BJP MLA Manjinder Sirsa in several tweets and an open letter, of being drugged at the party.
Vicky Kaushal Reacts On Being Drugged
Speaking to an entertainment portal about Karan Johar’s house party, Vicky Kaushal said that ‘factualising assumptions’ is not fair. “What I understand is that people who don’t know you personally, see something and make an assumption.. That’s completely fine. We all do that. But factualising assumptions… It’s a big leap to take and that’s not fair all the time,” he said.
“We all knew the video was being taken and five minutes before the video was shot Karan’s mom was with us. The video was put up. Next day I leave for Arunachal Pradesh. I was with the army for the next four days in the hills where there is no network. So I have no clue of what’s going on,” he said. Furthermore, Vicky Kaushal spent a couple of days with Indian soldiers at the Indo-China border of Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh.
Vicky Kaushal got to know of the situation only after returning home
He was very happy after returning from his trip. “I went to my room and checked my Twitter and I was like ‘Hain ji?’ ‘What?’ FIR…open letter..ye woh,” Vicky Kaushal said and asked his parents if they knew about it. They said that they did but didn’t want him to get hassled about it.
“Of course, it had a huge effect on me. It is not nice to be called those names by people. But there are certain choices you have to make at that point of time. Firstly, what happens on Twitter, how social media trials take place is that it starts from ‘Hahaha! They look drugged.’ Then it goes to ‘Oh! They do look drugged!’ Then it goes to, ‘They are actors! They must be drugged,’ then to ‘No no no! I’ve seen them taking drugs,’ then to ‘how dare they take drugs’ and then to ‘shame of them!’,” Vicky Kaushal said.
Vicky, however, agreed that a majority of people did not believe the rumours. The actor said he ‘felt lame’ to even defend himself for it considering how the country had bigger things to deal with.
Moreover, like Vicky Kaushal, Karan Johar rubbished all the claims and told Rajeev Masand, “There were achieving members of the industry who were having an easy night out after a hard week of work, having a good time. I took that video with all the earnestness… would I be putting out that video if there was anything happening at all, I am not stupid.”
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