A hypothetical conversation with the tolerant and apolitical Anupam Kher

Anupam Kher: I wonder if Arundhati Roy is even an Indian.
Anupam Kher: Nobody has the right to call our country intolerant.
Anupam Kher: Dissenters are enemies of the state.
Anupam Kher: I’m tolerant.

And Kher ji, what about Ashoke Pandit who you were rubbing shoulders with through out the rally and who suggested that Karan Johar should have sex with his own mom because he participated in an AIB skit?

Anupam Kher: Err.

And Kher ji, what about Abhijeet who participated in your rally to showcase tolerance and said that people who sleep on the streets deserve to die like dogs while defending Salman Khan and called Ghulam Ali a ‘Dengue Artist’?

Anupam Kher: Err, Err.

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And Kher ji, what about the couple hundred participants in your rally who heckled and jeered a journalist and called her a prostitute among other things?

Anupam Kher: Err, Err, Err.

And Kher ji, what about BJP MPs asking Shahrukh Khan to go to Pakistan when he suggested on a news channel that there’s increasing intolerance in India?

Anupam Kher: He’s a national icon and I support his freedom of expression.

And Kher ji, if you support Shahrukh Khan’s statement of increasing intolerance, why are you taking out a march against these other writers who are suggesting the same?

Anupam Kher: THOSE RETURNING AWARDS ARE POLITICALLY MOTIVATED.

And Kher ji, you?

Anupam Kher: I’M APOLITICAL. I’M APOLITICAL AND I’M TOLERANT.

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