Zeeshan Ayyub condemns CAA, NRC: Makers of the law will deny everything to defend themselves
Zeeshan Ayyub addressed the student community as smarter as they could pin-point the loopholes in the law and have identified the problems existing.
Taking a dig at the people who are still not aware of the situation prevailing in the national capital and why such a protest is being taken, the Raanjhanaa actor talked of how difficult it is to make the people understand.
Talking about CAA and NRC to Asian News International, the actor holds strong support towards the student community and raved them for the way they made their voices heard.
When asked about his tireless support to the students over the issue, the 36-year-old said: "The makers of the law will deny everything. They brought the law...they would defend themselves."
He addressed the student community as smarter as they could pin-point the loopholes in the law and have identified the problems existing.
Ever since the law was implemented, there has been a constant quest from the public who were eager for the big names in Bollywood to give or take their stand on the issue.
The actor, who has shared the screen space with Khans of Bollywood, when asked for their take on the issue, a least interested Zeeshan said: "I am none to speak on their behalf.
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