MUMBAI: It might be a first time that a Bollywood actor has publicly and bravely spoken about the Syrian crisis.
Actress Esha Gupta has spoken against the ongoing crisis in Syria. The Commando 2 and Rustom actress took to Twitter to says that humanity and children are dying and it needs to stop.
“I don’t care which country or religion or government I have, humanity is dying.
The children are dying and it needs to stop, now Syria is bleeding,” the Bollywood damsel tweeted alongside a heart-wrenching photograph of an injured Syrian child.
— Esha Gupta (@eshagupta2811) February 25, 2018
Many appreciated Esha’s stand, but there also a majority of Twitteratis who chose to slammed the actor’s viewpoint and trolled her.
Please keep quit and wishes sridevi
— Yash Agarwal (@YashAga33557435) February 25, 2018
In 2011, more children under the age of five died in India than anywhere else in the world. That's 1.7 million children – over 4,650 child deaths a day – according to a new report by the United Nation's Children's Fund. India not too far you help here too. https://t.co/iAFovdWUce
— vinay verma (@vinaybunnybhai) February 27, 2018
Why don't you go to Syria and help them as much as you can? Sitting in the ac room and giving lecture is much easy,,,if I were you, I would go there and help them,,,,,
— AMARJEET KUMAR (@amarjeetkumar82) February 26, 2018
However, the actress knows what she is talking about and responded with sass.
Your dumbness is profound, there is a difference when you are KILLING them. That’s the problem with you trollers, good for nothing, even in Humanity you see borders. Even for children you see religion. This is what is called the dark age. #HumanRightsDiedInSyria #PrayForSyria https://t.co/tXrjJ8et5J
— Esha Gupta (@eshagupta2811) February 27, 2018
Syrian government forces on Sunday continued their airstrikes and shelling of Eastern Ghouta, a rebel-held suburb of the capital Damascus, hours after the UN Security Council approved resolution demanding a 30-day nationwide cease-fire.
A week of intense attacks on Eastern Ghouta killed at least 510 people, including 127 minors, according to latest figures.
Here’s what others who appreciated:
Thanks for atleast saying something, others seem to have taken a blindness pill or something
— FurQan Mukhtar (@iamfurkaan) February 26, 2018
Its good to see that, someone is from Bollywood talking about this issue.
— Sohail (@sohailrocks11) February 26, 2018