Actress Hema Malini has spoken in response to the comments of foreign celebrities in support of the farmers movement. Hema Malini has attacked foreign celebrities like Rihanna, Mia Khalifa and Greta Thunberg, saying that those who have only heard the name of India are also interfering in our internal affairs. Hema Malini said, ‘Foreign celebrities are also commenting on India’s internal affairs, who have heard only the name of our country. They are giving a statement on our policies and events. Wonder what they want to achieve and more importantly, who do they want to be happy with?
Before Hema Malini, all the stars including Akshay Kumar, Anupam Kher, Karan Johar, Ekta Kapoor, Lata Mangeshkar have protested against making statements by foreign celebrities. Hema Malini is also an MP from BJP from Mathura Lok Sabha seat. He has been an MP from this seat since 20014. Apart from Hema Malini, her husband Dharmendra has also appealed to maintain peace regarding the peasant movement. Apart from this, Dharmendra had said that some people are trying to take advantage of this movement. This issue can be resolved through dialogue between the government and the farmers.
‘Im intrigued by foreign celebrities to whom our glorious country, India, is just a name they have heard, boldly making statements about our internal happenings and policies! Wonder what they are trying to achieve, and more imptly, who are they trying to please? ‘???? – Hema Malini (@dreamgirlhema) February 4, 2021
On Tuesday night, American pop singer Rihanna tweeted about the farmer movement and said why are we not talking about it. This was followed by tweets by celebrities like Greta Thunberg and Mia Khalifa. Due to this, on Wednesday, a statement from the Ministry of External Affairs was issued to foreign celebrities. After the statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs, many celebrities of the country had criticized foreign celebrities for commenting on India’s internal affairs. Akshay Kumar, while sharing the statement of the Ministry of External Affairs, appealed to the countrymen for unity.