Aamir Khan Refused To Comment On The Ayodhya Verdict. Here's Why

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During the media interaction, 'P.K.' actor was asked his take on the recent development on the Ayodhya case

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On Thursday, as the much-awaited trailer of 'Thugs Of Hindostan' released, the star cast including Katrina Kaif, Aamir Khan, Fatima Sana Sheikh and Amitabh Bachchan graced the trailer launch. 

During the media interaction, the 'P.K.' actor was asked his take on the recent development on the Ayodhya case to which he said,

"I will tell you why I wouldn't speak...because our film is near release if I say anything it will be stopped. So, once the film is out I will answer all the questions". 

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On Thursday, the Supreme Court rejected the plea for a five-judge Constitution Bench in reference to the Ayodhya verdict. 


After pronouncing the judgment on this matter, the SC batted for a speedy disposal of Babri Masjid pleas. "SC to begin hearing Babri appeals in the week commencing 29 October. The appeals have been pending for a long time and require speedy disposal," Justice Bhushan added. With the top court fast-tracking the Ayodhya case, it is being speculated that the verdict could come out before 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

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According to media reports, the reporter posed a question regarding this case as the 53-year-old actor had done a film like 'P.K.', which revolved around the issue of religious dogmas in the society. 
Back in 2015, Aamir Khan and wife Kiran Rao had made the headlines after the latter made a shocking statement following the intolerance debate.  Kiran Rao reportedly asked the 'Dangal' actor if the couple should move out of the country, fearing the safety of their children. 

In addition to a question on the Ayodhya verdict, Aamir Khan was also quizzed about Tanushree Duttaa accusing Nana Patekar of sexual harassment to which the actor said, "Without knowing the veracity of something, it's not right for me to comment on it. But whenever something like this does happen, it's a sad thing. Whether this has happened, that is for people to investigate it"

The recent statement by actress Tanushree Dutta is sure to send shockwaves in the industry (or maybe not). On Thursday, the actress in an interview narrated an incident that happened in 2008 on the sets of 'Horn Ok Please'. She accused Nana Patekar of misbehaving with her on the sets of the film and demanded of doing intimate dance steps with him. 
 

 

 

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