Ravi Kishan again highlights the matter of ‘drugs in Bollywood industry’

The film industry of the country has caused quite a stir these days. After the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, Bollywood has been shaken by the introduction of drug connection cases.

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Ravi Kishan again highlights the matter of 'drugs in Bollywood industry'(PC: Social Media)

New Delhi: The film industry of the country has caused quite a stir these days. After the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, Bollywood has been shaken by the introduction of drug connection cases. With this, the film industry is divided into two groups.

BJP MP Ravi Kishan raised the issue of drugs connection in the Lok Sabha. After this, SP MP Jaya Bachchan in Rajya Sabha slammed him. Ravi Kishan has once again posted a tweet on the drugs case.

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Drug usage in Bollywood:

Gorakhpur MP Ravi Kishan tweeted on Wednesday that –nasha phoonk kar uthee hai, kisakee abatak shaan? chita sareekha tan jale, ghar hauv shamashaan. boleevud ka hit yahee, samajho dhyaan lagaay. sabhee nashe se mukt ho, aisa ho jae upaay. veer shiva kee bhoomi par, band karo yah paap. maryaada ka janm ho, keval mitega taap.

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Jaya Bachchan disagreed with Ravi Kishan:

SP MP Jaya Bachchan said in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday that drugs are being hatched to discredit Bollywood. Along with this, She also attacked BJP MP Ravi Kishan without naming him. Jaya Bachchan said that in the Lok Sabha yesterday an MP gave a statement about Bollywood and he comes from the Bollywood industry. It is shameful. Jaya Bachchan said that they are disrespecting their own workplace.

Jaya Bachchan said that there is a conspiracy to discredit Bollywood. She said that the entertainment industry provides direct employment to 5 lakh people every day. The economic condition of the country is not good and we are being used to divert attention from things. We are being targeted on social media.

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