Om Shanti Om actress Yuvika Chaudhary used the casteist slur in her recent video which has offended a certain segment of people, for which they demand to arrest the actress under section 153A of IPC, which is a cognizable and non-bailable offence.
#ArrestYuvikaChaudhary is trending on twitter with people demanding to arrest the actress for using the word ‘Bhangi‘ in her recently deleted video. However, Yuvika apologised for using the word claiming that she didn’t know the meaning of it. She also said that she can never use that word to hurt someone.
Why arrest Yuvika Chaudhary?
Yuvika Chaudhary, an Indian actress who has appeared in Bollywood films like Om Shanti Om, wife of Prince Narula, used a casteist slur in her recently deleted video with husband Prince Narula. Yuvika shot the video with some makeup artist and other staff members, also featuring her husband Prince Narula and saying, “Hamesha vlog jab bhi main banati hu, main kyun hamesha bh*ngiyon ke tarah aake khadi ho jati hu.”
Yuvika has offended a certain segment of people for using the word “Bhangi”, for which they demand to arrest her under section 153A of IPC, which cognizable and non-bailable offence. #ArrestYuvikaChaudhary has been trending on twitter since the time she shared her video.
However, later the actress apologised for using the casteist slur in her video claiming that she didn’t the meaning of it, and can never use a word to hurt anyone. She shared an Instagram story in which she wrote, “Hey guys I didn’t kw the meaning about that word wt I used in my last vlog I didn’t mean to hurt anyone and I can never do that to hurt someone I apologise to each and every one I hope you understand Love you all.”
Check out how twitter users reacted on her video:
Prior to Yuvika Chaudhary, actress Munmun Dutta from Tarak Mehta Ka Ulta Chashma was also criticised by netizens on social media for her casteist remarks in one of the YouTube videos. An FIR was also filed against her in Hissar, Haryana. However, the actress apologised for it later in a statement.