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Thursday, June 1, 2023

Swara Bhaskar caught again!

Some celebrities are known to be hungry for publicity and will go to any length to make sure that they remain in the news. And then there are some who will rarely say anything good about their own country, and would like to be in the news for that. Bollywood actress Swara Bhaskar belongs to the latter category. A video gone viral recently showcases Swara speaking in two different tongues about the neighboring state of Pakistan, at two different times when she interacted with the media.

In 2015, Swara had made an appearance on a Pakistani show wherein she went to great lengths just to praise Lahore, Pakistan. And now I am baffled by how Swara has changed her opinion, as and when is convenient to her. Call it karma or what, her recent release ‘Veere Di Wedding’ has been banned in Swara’s ‘very favorite’ country. And that led to Ms. Bhaskar condemning Pakistan and its culture, which she had once claimed was very good.

In the video which has gone viral recently, Swara was been criticizing Pakistan and also goes on to call it a Shariah ruled, un-secular failed state. The video is an interaction wherein Swara along with her other co-stars from the film – Kareena Kapoor Khan, Soham Kapoor – are having a round table discussion with a news channel.

Clearly, Swara’s words can’t be trusted. While this video is being shared online by many awakened individuals, all this hoopla is sure to not affect this Bollywood actor much. Swara likes to comment about a lot of sensitive topics and her opinions are in stark contrast to reality. She spoke ill about the Jauhar scene in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmaavat, and said she felt reduced to a vagina after having watched it. And now Swara is in news for her masturbating scene in her latest release (whatever happened to being reduced to a vagina!)

Irony just died a thousand deaths!

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