Mumbai: Reiterating his stance on beef eating, Rishi Kapoor lamented upon the rampant instances of lynchings in name of cow protection. Speaking to media persons at the promotion of his new film Mulk, Kapoor asked if lynching in the name of cow protection has become the new norm in India.
Expressing his dismay over the spate of lynching incidences, he termed them as very unfortunate.
Kapoor, who had earlier called himself a beef-eating Hindu, reiterated that individual dietary choices should be divorced from their religion but India is not a predominantly beef-eating nation. Speaking on the occasion he said brotherhood is the need of the hour to end communal violence in India.