Playing protected over Kannada actors’ arrest in an alleged drug trafficking case, Kannada movie famous person Shivarajkumar and Yash of “Rocky Bhai” fame on Wednesday appealed to each the Centre and the state authorities to act tough on the drug mafia. Speaking to reporters after their assembly with Chief Minister B.S Yediyurappa right here, Shivarajkumar mentioned, “It is really surprising to learn about some of our colleagues indulging in such unlawful activities. We really cannot speak on their behalf, as I have never come across any such incident in my life till now. Let the law take its own course.”
He added that as a standard man, he desires each the Centre and the state authorities to act tough on the drug mafia current within the state and within the nation.
Shivarajkumar is the son of yesteryear Kannada thespian late Rajkumar. He can be the son-in-law of late former Chief Minister S. Bangarappa and has been actively concerned with filmmaking for the final 4 a long time.
Yash informed the media that the menace of medicine doesn’t exist in Sandalwood alone, however it’s all pervasive.
“This is the one of the deadliest menaces that has costed many young lives across the world, not just in the film world. The film world is just a small part of this big universe. I appeal to the media to highlight this in the right perspective and not indulge in witch-hunting or paint the entire Sandalwood as filled with drug addicts. That is not right,” he mentioned.
Yash additionally asserted that children shouldn’t spoil their lives by taking medication.
“We should look up to our parents, who have toiled hard to raise us to this level. As a father of a toddler, I can feel that now. Even as parents, we become so sensitive at times that when our child steps on a small stone or stumbles, we do feel that pain.
“I’m positive each mum or dad feels the identical manner. So after changing into adults, children shouldn’t really feel that they’ve turn out to be impartial. They want to respect their mother and father and reside for his or her sake,” he signed off.