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READ | Here's Why Ekta Kapoor Had Once Called The Police On Her Brother Tusshar During A Family Holiday

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Producer Ekta Kapoor recently made an interesting revelation when she and her brother, actor Tusshar Kapoor shot for an episode of Kapil Sharma Show.

Producer Ekta Kapoor recently made an interesting revelation when she and her brother, actor Tusshar Kapoor shot for an episode of Kapil Sharma Show.

The filmmaker revealed how, as a child, she had once had a fight with Tusshar Kapoor and had ended up calling the police. “Like every other sibling, me and Tusshar fight a lot. You will be surprised to know that once when we went on a family trip to Tirupati, we both started fighting for some reason. During the fight, Tusshar punched my nose. Later, I dialed the cops.”, she said 

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To this, Tusshar added how even going to school saw them fight hard. “When we both used to go to school, we used to have very dangerous fights. We used to even tear each other’s collar buttons. In such cases, we had to rush back home to change our clothes and so we used to get late for school.”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Meanwhile, Kapoor recently made headlines specifically when she wrote a disclaimer on her Twitter handle along with the 22-second teaser. She wrote: "DISCLAIMER :D film in no way marginalises d mental health community & d title of our film doesn’t intend 2 disregard any1 sentiments. It is sensitive towards d issue of mental illness. A fictional thriller dat encourages you 2 celebrate Ur uniqueness & embrace Ur individuality." [sic]

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This 'disclaimer' comes after The Indian Psychiatric Society filed an official complaint to Prasoon Joshi, chairperson of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) demanding a change in the title, in April.Mental health experts called the film 'atrocious and insensitive' towards people suffering from mental health issues. The committee also further wrote, "We take serious objections to the title of the movie which is discriminative, stigmatising, degrading, inhumane in projecting mental disorders and people who suffer from mental disorders."

 

 

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