Deepika Padukone joined Tukde-Tukde gang, Boycott her movie 'Chhapaak'A day after many from the Bollywood industry came out to protest against the attack on JNU students on the streets of Mumbai, Deepika Padukone made a surprise visit to the university. The actor, who was within the city to market her upcoming film 'Chhapaak', took an outing to go to the campus before leaving the town to lend her support to the protesting students. She attended a public meeting at around 7.40 pm on the university campus, called by JNU Teacher's Association and JNUSU in response to Sunday's attack on students and teachers by a mob armed with sticks and rods. By doing this Deepika Padukone joined Tukde-Tukde gang.
As soon because the news of the actor visiting JNU broke out, Twitter was quick trending with hashtags like #BoycottChhapaak. While people berated her and asked for her film to be boycotted.
India should teach Deepika Padukone a lessonCritics, on the opposite hand, believe that Deepika’s presence at JNU was a promotional tactic and a few names from the industry berated the actress for supporting JNU
"I must congratulate their PR team, in one stroke they need got free publicity. Everyone is trying to say that this is the voice of students, but the percentage of protesting students is hardly anything. By doing this, the star of the film, she has conveyed the message that she doesn't stand with the opposite 98% students."