20th November 2020

Akshay Kumar’s Defamation Suit Against YouTuber Is Warning To All Fakenews

 Akshay Kumar has  slammed a Rs 500 crore defamation  suit against YouTuber  Rashid Siddiqui  from Bihar who not only spread falsehoods  related to Sushant Singh Rajput’s death through his channel, but also dragged Akshay Kumar into the  murky cooked-up slanderous  eyeball-creating  reports.

Now there’s hell to pay. Pun intended.

 Sources  close to Akshay say  he  will see  the lawsuit to  it its closure.  “A  lot  of  defamation cases  from the entertainment  industry don’t go beyond  the initial legal notice.  This is what encourages slanderous hacks specially this year when  lots of YouTubers made  money by pretending to  have inside  information  on Sushant’s  death when in fact there were mere fly-by-night  petty entrepreneurs  making a  fast buck by selling muck.”

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 The neo-culture of   fantasy entertainment-news will now  be forced  into a serious revamp as fakenews is  now being dealt with the legal  harshness  it deserves.

Tanushree Dutta who has been fighting a long arduous  legal battle  for sexual harassment feels the laws  do not favour  those  who file for defamation. “I maintain my earlier conviction that when it comes to human rights, women’s safety and anti- corruption, India still has a long way to go to catch up with America.In India,too many bad people calling the shots and too few good people lending a helping hand.

It’s my calling and dharma to fight the good fight, for I belong to that warrior class of angels who are trained to fight and win battles that affect change for whole humanity.I just wish I had   an army of other such people behind me and not have to go at it alone all the time.Sadly,I haven’t met anyone else  from my tribe of warriors  yet .So I guess I’ll  continue this lonely battle. With  Gods grace I believe I will be fine.”

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