Author Twinkle Khanna is the newest movie star to name out the media trial that actor Rhea Chakraborty has been subjected to over the past two months. In her newest weekly column for a newspaper, Twinkle used the allegory of magicians and how they ‘cut young girls in halves’ for the leisure of the lots.
Rhea was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau on Tuesday however has been going through vicious trolling on social media and a trial by the media for 2 months since Sushant Singh Rajput’s loss of life in June. Recently, a video of her getting mobbed by media individuals outdoors NCB workplace sparked outrage amongst her Bollywood colleagues.
In her column for The Times of India, Twinkle described the 5 components of a magical act, drawing references to the Sushan’s loss of life case, with out ever naming any of the events. She described the ‘production’ of a ‘corpse that appears on your television screens’, the ‘vanishing’ of ‘facts which can be made to fade away when they don’t go well with our anchors’, the ‘metamorphosis’ of ‘a suicide into a murder, and a girlfriend into a gold-digger’, the ‘transposition’ as all different issues of nationwide significance take a again seat for ‘a drug cartel hinging on 59 grams of cannabis’, and lastly, ‘levitation’ by ‘making an entire political party rise in the eyes of its prospective voters.’
“They took a young woman and cut her in half. They sliced through her T-shirt, one that stated ‘Roses are red, violets are blue, let’s smash the patriarchy, me and you’, the blade going into her flesh, her very life draining away before a live audience of millions. What do these magicians tell themselves when the camera is switched off I wonder? Do they justify it as mere collateral damage — one life in exchange for entertaining and distracting 1.3 billion for months,” she wrote in her column.
Earlier, actor-singer Shibani Dandekar had additionally spoken concerning the remedy meted out to her buddy Rhea. Taapsee Pannu, Richa Chadha, Anurag Kashyap and others have proven their assist for the actor.