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Ex-Bigg Boss OTT contestant Urfi Javed supports 'poor kid' Aryan Khan

Updated on: 14 October,2021 10:43 AM IST  |  Mumbai

Urfi Javed also mentioned, "He'll probably take a lot of time to come out of this trauma"

Ex-Bigg Boss OTT contestant Urfi Javed supports 'poor kid' Aryan Khan

Urfi Javed. Pic/Yogen Shah

Urfi Javed of 'Bigg Boss OTT' fame has joined the clan of Bollywood actors and others who are supporting Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan. Aryan found himself in a soup after the NCB took him into custody as he was said to have attended a cruise party where drugs were being consumed. Aryan is presently in custody and the case is being investigated.

Urfi says: "He'll probably take a lot of time to come out of this trauma. Even before the court's verdict people have started bashing him just because he is his father's son. Why don't we show equal outrage for rapes and murders? We are so quick in shaming actors even before the court's verdict. Why aren't we as quick when it comes to shaming rapists?"

Urfi who is known for creating headlines for her airport looks and shows like 'Bade Bhaiyya Ki Dulhania', 'Meri Durga' and 'Bepannaah', shares her perspective on the same adding: "There are political leaders, religious gurus out there facing allegations of rape, still people worship them. And then there is this poor kid who hasn't harmed anyone but is being publicly bashed so much."

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