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'How Dare You?': Farhan Akhtar to BJP spokesperson on 'low IQ' remark

23 Octobre 2017

On Sunday, the film production house said that if needed, it would delete scenes that have caused "misunderstanding", even as the Congress slammed the saffron party for demanding cuts. Earlier Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi had asked PM Narendra Modi to not "demon-etise Tamil pride" by interfering in Mersal.

Farhan Akhtar could not stand this and immediately gave out his reaction on Twitter.

Mumbai: Actor-filmmaker Farhan Akhtar lashed out at BJP spokesperson GVL Narasimha Rao over his remarks that most Indian film stars have "very low IQ and very low general knowledge". Akhtar tweeted, tagging the BJP leader after the former, while criticising controversial Tamil film "Mersal" and its makers on a TV interview, said: "In any case, most of our film stars have very low IQ, very low general knowledge". "Shame sir", the actor wrote, reports news agency IANS. "And to all film people in his ranks".

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Directed by Atlee, Mersal stars Vijay in the roles of a village head, a doctor and a magician.

Tamil superstar Thalapathy Vijay's Mersal is facing severe heat from Tamil Nadu leaders of BJP for being critical of GST and Digital India initiatives of NDA government.

Looking at how so many popular personalities, including celebrities and politicians, have joined the row over Mersal, which has been running successfully in theatres across several states, the controversy over the film is unlikely to die down soon.

'How Dare You?': Farhan Akhtar to BJP spokesperson on 'low IQ' remark