B. Lenin on deepika padukone and amala paul 2

B. Lenin Lowers His Standards, Insults Deepika Padukone And Raised Fingers On Her Dignity

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The son of Tamil filmmaker A. Bhimsingh, Lenin is a National award-winning editor who recently passed some offensive statement on Padmavati actress, Deepika Padukone. Deepika Padukone has been in controversy ever since the trailer of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati was released. The Rajput communities have not only been threatening the filmmaker but they have even announced bounty on beheading Deepika.

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In a shocking statement, B. Lenin said,

“Deepika’s own father (Badminton ace Prakash Padukone) has thrown her out of the house.”

Well, because B.Lenin could not say anything against Deepika Padukone or Padmavati, he went on to raise fingers on her dignity. He further shocked everyone by passing nasty comments on Tamil actress Amala Paul.

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Tamil actress Amala Paul made headlines when her navel was exposed in the poster of her movie, Thiruttu Payale 2. Talking about the same, the actress said,

“I never thought my navel would create so much buzz around the film”

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Talking about the same statement, Lenin said,

She is speaking about the navel. With CG, we can go even further inside and show everything. Chee!

He went further low while referring to another statement of hers where she had said,

Bobby Simhaa used to get jitters when he acted in romantic scenes with me. I have always had the upper hand.

He said,

What does she mean by upper hand? Who would be on top? Nonsense!

These derogatory remarks made by the editor shows how orthodox and retrograde thinking we still hold as a society. It is nothing to be talked about, but it is a shameful thing to know.

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