Police Case Filed Against 38 Celebrities From Bollywood And Tollywood For Revealing Rape Victim’s Identity

Delhi Based Lawyer Gaurav Gulati has filed a complaint for revealing rape victim’s real identity against 38 celebrities

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September 7, 2021

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Flashback to 2019, a rape case of an innocent doctor shook the nation where a girl from Hyderabad was brutally raped, killed, and burnt alive by four men. This news spread across for its brutality. Actors from Tollywood and Bollywood came forward expressing their grief and revealed the victim’s name. Commoners were frozen to hear such news and celebrities have a larger following, they posted about it too which has now caused them trouble.

As per Hindustan Times reports, the list includes names of A-listers of Bollywood like Anupam Kher, Farhan Akhtar, Ajay Devgn, Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan, Maharaja Ravi Teja, Rakul Preet Singh, Allu Sirish, Charmme Kaur, Maharaja Ravi Teja, and other celebs by the lawyer.

According to the law, it is inappropriate to use the real name of rape victims in media or any public platform. The case has been filed by 38-year-old lawyer Gaurav Gulati.

Gaurav, the lawyer has filed a complaint regarding the same in Sabzi Mandi Police Station under IPC section 228 A and also filed a petition in Tees Hazari Court. In his complaint, the Delhi-based lawyer said that instead of setting an example for others, Indian celebrities of such big stature forgot their moral ethics and mentioned the real name of the victim without any social responsibility.

An immediate arrest of all the above celebrities, alleging that they have shown no social responsibility about maintaining the privacy of the victim has been filed. The hideous case is still fresh in the minds and the thought still gets on to the nerves. The woman killed was an innocent doctor and this incident will never be erased from our minds. Criminal minds and activities have become more and more gruesome with each incident being more mind torturing than the previous.

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