Sanjay Dutt meets Acid Attack Survivors in Lucknowby Opinion Express June 15, 2018 0 comments
Sanjay Dutt feels inspired by acid attack survivors.
Actor Sanjay Dutt says acid attack survivors are real-life heroes and an inspiration to all. He visited the Sheroes Hangout cafe after receiving an invite from the team through Twitter. Overwhelmed by the invitation, he made sure to spend some quality time with acid attack survivors who run the café.
“They are real-life heroes and these strong women are an inspiration to all of us. They have shown unwavering strength to fight and survive in the most difficult situations,” Sanjay said. “It is truly an honour to be receiving the love and support of such beautiful souls,” he added.
Every time we have a woman on-screen, we can empower her in a different way rather than just giving a speech on the importance of equality and empowerment. I think the influx of women at the workplace is also changing the narratives in our cinema.
— Zoya Akhtar
Actress-filmmaker POOJA BHATT says she is indebted to veteran director J.P. Dutta for not only making her a part of Border but also for encouraging her to never change. She said that Border is “a film that enriched all our lives and continues to do so! Thank you JP Dutta for not only making me part of history but also for casting me as I was. I am indebted to you and Border for life!”
Jamie denies sexual assault
Actor Jamie Foxx is the latest celebrity to be accused of sexual misconduct, but he says the allegation is “absurd”. A spokesman for the Las Vegas police said, “On June 8, a female victim came to the LVMPD and alleged that a sexual assault occurred in the Las Vegas area in 2002 and named Foxx as the suspect. A report was taken and the incident will be investigated. Due to the nature of the crime, no further details can be released.”
Foxx’s lawyer issued a statement which included that the actor was seeking legal action against his accuser. Jamie Foxx denied the accusations and called them false. He will file a report against the woman.
Courtesy: The Pioneer