Amidst controversy over Two India’s video, Vir Das said, ‘I will not stop, this is my job’

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  • The video has led to police complaints against the actor in Mumbai and Delhi.
  • In the video, Vir Das tried to bring to the fore the incidents of rape from Corona in the country.
  • Some people are calling this video anti-national and some people are liking the video.

Mumbai: Comedian and actor Vir Das is becoming a victim of Loktika in the country due to his controversial monologues delivered in America. The actor, who has been the subject of discussion in the past, has now reacted to the controversy surrounding his video, saying, “It is my job to do satire and will keep doing it.” I will not stop. Vir Das says, my job is to make people laugh and if you do not find it funny, then ignore it.

Vir Das recently shared a video of his performance during an event in Washington on his YouTube channel. In this video titled ‘Main Do Bharat Se Aata Hoon’, Vir Das has tried to bring the incidents of rape from Corona in the country to the world.

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But this video of Vir Das has put him in trouble. The actor is being criticized on social media. Some people are calling this video anti-national. As a result, police complaints have been lodged against him in Mumbai and the capital Delhi. When the controversy broke out, the actor clarified on social media, but recently he has once again expressed his views on the issue.

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Amidst the controversy, Vir Das has made it clear that he will continue with his work. In his controversial video, Vir Das says, “I am from India, where women are worshiped during the day and gang-raped at night.” The actor has been embroiled in controversy after sharing the video. However, after that Vir Das took the video and said that any country has two different aspects. Light and illuminate. The video was a satire on two different dilemmas facing India.

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