NEW DELHI – Known for his courageous tweets to defuse tension between India and Pakistan, Indian actor Rishi Kapoor at last showed his real face after death sentence to a spy Kulbushan Jadhav by a Pakistani military court.
Making comments is much easier than taking a hard stance on a sensitive issue that needs an in-depth study. This was proven by veteran actor Rishi Kapoor in a tweet published after the news of Jadhav’s death sentence.
He stated, “Tried to broker peace via actors,films,sports etc..with Pakistan,but they just want hatred,so be it!Taali do haath se bajti hai!”
Sorry India.Tried to broker peace via actors,films,sports etc..with Pakistan,but they just want hatred,so be it!Taali do haath se bajti hai!
— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) April 10, 2017
Kapoor might have forgotten that Kulbhushan Jadhav had confessed before a magistrate and court that he had been commissioned by an Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing to plan, coordinate and organise espionage and sabotage activities seeking to destabilise and wage war against Pakistan through impeding the efforts of law enforcement agencies for the restoration of peace in Balochistan and Karachi.
It does not mean that Kapoor is wrong totally as his points to bridge the gap between two countries are highly appreciated in Pakistan. But such sensitive topics require a better grip on them before commenting.