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Deepika, Ranbir, Vicky to prove their innocence by Dope Test: Asks MLA Sirsa.



Mumbai: Shiromani Akali Dal MLA Manjinder Sirsa refused to apologize to celebs present at Karan Johar’s house party for accusing them of taking drugs. The MLA rather asks them to prove their innocence by taking the dope test if they are not guilty.

On 30th July 2019, Karan Johar hosted a house party in which many celebrities including Deepika Padukone, Arjun Kapoor, Ranbir Kapoor, Vicky Kaushal, came. Karan Johar tweeted video of the party where the celebrities were seen in a dope state. Sirsa tweeted and accused the celebs of taking drugs.

Next day Ishita yadav asked how does it matter to him if they take drugs to which he replied that  “They are public figures!! They are called “Stars” & they enjoy many privileges. Don’t they lecture us # on every issue from their verified twitter handles? So today they are answerable to every Indian for their drug-affected stoned look as visible in video.”

He also refused to apologise to the actors after politician Milind Deora refuted his claim and demanded an apology. Deora had revealed that his wife had also attended Karan’s party. “My wife was also present that evening (and is in the video). Nobody was in a “drugged state” so stop spreading lies & defaming people you don’t know!” he had tweeted.

He further added that if Ishita wants to defend the celebrities so adamantly, then all the celebs should take a dope test and prove their innocence by posting the medical report of the Dope Test. However among so much of heat, no one present at the party including Karan Johar has given any statement on the issue.


Meghan Markle reveals British friends warned her not to marry Prince Harry




Meghan and Prince Harry opened up on their struggles in an emotional documentary aired on ITV last night. Meghan revealed she was warned how different the media attention would be as a duchess rather than an actress. Her friends, Meghan said, were so concerned about the media scrutiny they advised her not to marry Harry.

Meghan told broadcaster Tom Bradby: “When I first met my now-husband, my friends were really happy because I was so happy, but my British friends said to me, ‘I’m sure he’s great, but you shouldn’t do it, because the British tabloids will destroy your life.’ “And I very naively — I’m American, we don’t have that there — [said], ‘what are you talking about? “That doesn’t make any sense. I’m not in tabloids.’

The Duchess of Sussex also spoke about how difficult it has been for her to cope with the media attention as she was pregnant and a new mother.

Meghan was asked by Mr Bradby, who has filmed a total of three documentary with Prince Harry, about the “impact on your physical and mental health of all the pressure that you clearly feel under”.

She said: “I would say – look, any woman, especially when they are pregnant, you are really vulnerable and so that was made really challenging.

During the documentary, Markle said that her experience with the tabloids is not “fair.” “When people are saying things that are just untrue and they’re being told they’re untrue but they’re allowed to still say them, I don’t know anybody in the world that would feel like that’s OK, and that’s different than just scrutiny,” she said. “That’s — what would you call that? That’s a different beast. That’s really just a different beast.”

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