Vivek Agnihotri tweets ‘same sex marriage is not a crime’, says it is a right | Bollywood

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Vivek Agnihotri said same-sex marriage is not an “urban elitist” concept. In response to the Supreme Court case, the filmmaker tweeted on Tuesday that people questioning same-sex marriage had “never traveled to the small towns and villages” of India. In a “progressive, liberal and inclusive civilization,” he added that same-sex marriage “should be normal, not criminal.” Also read: Vivek Agnihotri released on contempt charges after unconditional apology and told to be careful in future

Vivek Agnihotri is the director of The Kashmir Files.
Vivek Agnihotri is the director of The Kashmir Files.

“The Center told the Supreme Court that same-sex marriage is an elitist concept in the city and far removed from the social ethos of the country. Extending same-sex marriage beyond heterosexual ties That will create a new regime, the center said.” In response, Vivek tweeted: Same-sex marriage is not an “urban elitist” concept. It’s a human need. It was probably drafted by Sarkali (government) elites who had never traveled to small towns and villages. Or Mumbai locals. First, same-sex marriage is not a concept. it’s necessary. it’s a right. And in a progressive, liberal and inclusive civilization like Bharat, same-sex marriage should be normal, not a crime. ”

Vivek Agnihotri tweets support for same-sex marriage.
Vivek Agnihotri tweets support for same-sex marriage.

Filmmaker Hansal Mehta echoed a similar thought, sharing stills from Modern Love: Mumbai. He tweeted, “Come to the Supreme Court! Clear the way. Legalize same-sex marriage.” Anthology had directed episodes of his series.

Last year, Hansal Mehta talked about not casting gay actors in an episode featuring Pratik Gandhi and Ranveer Buller as a couple. Mashable In his conversation with India, Hansal said: Whether queer or straight, if someone is a good fit for casting, they have to cast it right. “

Meanwhile, five Supreme Court Justices – comprising Chief Justice DY Chandrachud, SK Kaul, S Ravindra Bhat, PS Narasimha and Hima Kohli – are hearing a series of petitions seeking a legal review of same-sex marriage. intend to do something. Country on Tuesday. But the Center is against that idea.

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