Delhi Belly didn’t attack anyone, says Aamir in defence
Aamir clarified his stand adding that when his film Delhi Belly though it had lot of profanity, it didn’t attack anyone on an emotional level. Trying to impress people by using abusive language was pointless.entertainment Updated: Feb 14, 2015 19:29 IST
At a recent press conference, Aamir had spoken against the AIB roast featuring filmmaker Karan Johar and actors Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor, calling it "violent". "I have just seen a few clips of it and some jokes which Karan (Johar) and Arjun (Kapoor) told me. I’ve heard about it from them. We have certain responsibility. I felt it was a very violent event. Sirf do joote marna violence nahi hota. Violence verbal bhi hota hai. I was deeply affected by it. I was most disappointed in what I was hearing," he said.
Aamir further added, "Even I made Delhi Belly which had lot of profanity, but it didn’t attack anyone on an emotional level... trying to impress people by using abusive language is pointless. I am no longer a 14-year-old who will hear abusive language and laugh."
First Published: Feb 14, 2015 19:14 IST