Mumbai, November 3 (CINEWS): Prestigious on-screen character, Kamal Haasan, declined to join the dissent against “rising narrow-mindedness” in the nation and said that he would not give back his National Awards at an occasion held in Delhi on November 3, 2015.
“I won’t give back my National Award and affront the administration,” said the performer, who has won four National Awards.
Haasan, who has additionally gotten the prestigious Padmashri and Padma Bhusan recompenses clarified his position by returning so as to say, “Nothing will happen honors. There are sensible lawmakers in each gathering and returning honors is a vain activity.”
He further expressed that there are different approaches to get consideration and included that there ought to be the verbal confrontation on narrow-mindedness in around five years. “This prejudice is the thing that isolated the country (in 1947). It ought not to isolate the country once more,” Kamal Haasan said. His remarks come a day after Shah Rukh Khan had talked about narrow mindedness.
Various journalists, movie producers, students of history and researchers have given back their national respects to challenge against late occurrences like the Dadri lynching, hamburger line, and ink assaults.