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Srilekha’s “Khamti Didimani” – In reply to sarcasm “I took chocolate not election ticket, I ate chocolate not a bribe. We live in a civilized country, not a barbarian” – harsh reply Swastikar

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Actress Swastika Mukhopadhyay is one of the most popular and critically acclaimed actresses in Bengali acting world. When an actress says something or posts something without caring about social media, netizens are eager to practice it. Once again, the actress came under fire from a large part of the social media in the picture of meeting the Chief Minister at the Red Road Carnival last Saturday of this year. Many clubs participated in that carnival. Among them, Swastika was present as a representative of a popular club. The actress got up on the stage and bowed to the Chief Minister for the sake of her culture. The Chief Minister also gave chocolates as sweets to the actress. And that’s what angered the social media.

However, it is good to say that currently actress Swastika Mukherjee has political differences with the ruling party of the state. Also, the actress maintains a good distance with any political party. Even if she does not strongly criticize political opinions, if she sees something against her opinion, the actress does not refrain from highlighting it on social media. The audience was surprised to see that actress Swastika Mukherjee bowing to the Chief Minister. Actress Swastika was taunted as “Khamati Didimani” by Leftist actress Srilekha Mitra. Some of the netizens called him “flat”, while others called him “spineless”. Last Sunday, the actress gave a befitting reply.

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After the swastika, the actress said, “I went to a carnival with a club, this was the first time. Thousands of people have gone to see Tagore in all the pandals where more than 95 clubs have joined, all those clubs are from our state. Yesterday too there was an overcrowded crowd. No one sat at home and boycotted the puja thinking about the bad condition of the state. It is polite and courteous to greet the Chief Minister after meeting him. He wants to give me two chocolates, I want to eat them.

After that, the actress said in a very strict tone, “I took chocolates not election tickets, I ate chocolates not bribes.” We live in a civilized country, not barbarians. Even if I meet the Prime Minister of the country tomorrow, I will bow in the same way because that is right. I respect the personality of Hon’ble Chief Minister. That does not mean compromising on political differences. Of course I will speak about what is wrong but I have not written any document that I must declare Jihad on all matters of the world or my spine will collapse. And my meditation concept conscience judgment does not go up and down in your words. I don’t have the stubbornness to be a barbarian either. So I’ve done it.”

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Last Saturday, actress Swastika posted a bunch of pictures with the Chief Minister of the state and wrote – “After many years met the Hon’ble Chief Minister yesterday at the carnival. What a great event he organized. Calcutta police has also done a very good job. I have always admired Didi’s fighting spirit and courage. Wished him a happy birthday and gifted him a chocolate (heart in eye emoji). Thanks Raj for posting the pictures, they are very sweet. It was great fun being there with the Dakshinpara Puja Utsav Committee. It will happen again next year”. Controversy started on social media around this post of the actress. But now it is to be seen whether this political debate stops with the stern answer given by actress Swastikar.



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