Hansal Mehta slams media trial on Rhea Chakraborty: ‘let her guilt/innocence be proved in a court of law’
Filmmaker Hansal Mehta in his recent tweets slammed actress Rhea Chakraborty's "trial by media."
Rhea Chakraborty has been hitting the headlines ever since Sushant Singh Rajput’s father Krishna Kumar Singh filed an FIR under various allegations including financial exploitation, threats, abetment of suicide, and others. Now, filmmaker Hansal Mehta in his recent tweets slammed actress “trial by media” and said, “let her guilt/innocence be proved in a court of law.”
Hansal Mehta took to his Twitter handle and in a series of tweets, he wrote, “God forbid if the girl being accused and being subjected to a trial by media does harm to herself. Will Arnab, all the politicians and all those invited on these media witch-hunts be held accountable? Let her guilt/innocence be proved in a court of law for heaven’s sake.”
“Last evening I met people with no remote connection to the film industry making sweeping statements and playing judge. Result of an exploitative and conscienceless media that conducts its own banana court for its own vested interests. At whose cost?”
“Suddenly people have become experts on mental health, black magic, legality and ethics. There are experts whose job it is to ensure healing, fairness and justice. Members of the media, friends are NOT experts or even remotely competent to examine the case,” wrote Mehta.
Meanwhile, the reports in Republic TV stated that Rhea along with her parents and brother with a huge suitcase left her building in the middle of the night. “They left together in a blue car and had big suitcases with them,” said the report.
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