"It's very embarrassing when you visit a foreign country and you see people there talking to you and say, 'Oh you are from India, the land of rape'. It's very embarrassing. I want that to go. I hate it when I go abroad and people say, 'You are from a third world country or you are from a developing country'. Why do they call us that? We all must work towards that and make it (India) a first world country and not a developing, but as a developed country," said the actor
Condemning the brutal rape of the five-year-old girl in the city, the cast of upcoming film Shootout at Wadala wants maximum punishment for the accused in the case.
The news of the rape of a five-year-old girl, who is now battling for life, has left Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan numb. He says people who indulge in such heinous crimes should be exposed in public for proper justice.
People from various walks of life have condemned the rape of a five-year-old girl now battling for life after being repeatedly raped for two days, calling it "evil" and "shameful" and even labelling the capital as balatkaar (rape) Delhi.
Arjun Rampal says his nightclub in Delhi is losing money following restrictions on their functioning in the wake of the gang-rape in the capital and feels "shutting down nightclubs early is not a solution.