Nikhil Dwivedi on his ‘would like to work with Rhea Chakraborty’ tweet

Nikhil Dwivedi on his ‘would like to work with Rhea Chakraborty’ tweet

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In September this year, Nikhil Dwivedi had tweeted to Rhea Chakraborty that he would love to work with her in future while extending the actor support. The actor-producer tweeted, “Rhea I didn’t know u. I don’t know what kind of person you are. Maybe you are as bad as you are being made out to be. Maybe you are not. What I do know is that how it’s all played out for you is unfair, unlawful and not how civilised countries behave. When all this is over we would like to work with you. @Tweet2Rhea.”
Now during an interaction with Hindustan Times, Nikhil explained his tweet and the reason behind it. He stated, “I said that actually as a form of protest. I truly believe that you are innocent until proven guilty. The guilt of any crime can only be proved by institutions which have been formed by the Constitution – law enforcement agencies and really speaking, the court of law. You and I cannot decide anybody’s criminality. It is wrong. I saw judgments being pronounced on her.”

Nikhil went on to say, “See, I don’t know Rhea. I have never even met her. But I feel that you and I cannot pronounce anyone guilty. It was a mark of protest because everyone was saying that she is guilty and no one should ever work with her. I mean, people were saying, ‘Why did someone take her interview?’ How silly can you get? Are you trying to say she cannot give interviews? Journalists have reached Osama bin Laden to take his interviews and I see nothing wrong with it. That is what journalists are meant to do. For God’s sake, decades ago, there was a cover story and interview of Dawood Ibrahim in a magazine. Is that wrong?”
Dwivedi concluded by saying, “Rhea has not even been pronounced guilty in the court of law. The problem is everybody else, other than the courts, has pronounced her guilty. And then, they are telling us what to do and what not, which is the problem that I have. Nobody can tell me what to do, I have the freedom to do whatever I want. We live in a democracy.”



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