Anupam Kher Naseeruddin

Anupam Kher on Naseeruddin Shah's statement: There’s so much freedom in the country that you can abuse the army, badmouth the air chief and pelt stones at the soldiers. How much more freedom do you need in a country? He said what he felt like, it doesn’t mean it’s the truth.

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