Section377: Karan Johar said, ‘got oxygen’

Actor Karan Johar welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision and termed it as an eighth verdict. At the same time stars such as Actors Swara Bhaskar and Ayushman Khurana have also expressed happiness on this decision.

What celebrities said on Section377

Even though there is no acceptability of homosexual relations in the society, but so far in the category of crime, these relationships have now become valid in India. In India, homosexuality is no crime now. The Supreme Court has termed Section 377 (homosexuality) of IPC as illegal. Along with this decision of the Supreme Court, there has been a wave of happiness in Bollywood too. From Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar, who has been shown prominently in ‘Gay’ characters in his films, many Bollywood stars including actors Vicky Kaushal, Swara Bhaskar, and Ayushman Khurana have expressed their happiness on this decision. Karan Johar tweeted as soon as the decision came, “Historical decision !!! Today is very proud. Removing gay sex from the category of crime and removing section 377 (to some parts) is a big positive decision for equal rights and humanity. The country has got its oxygen again.

At the same time, actor Ayushman Khurana wrote, “Today’s sun rays are lighting up in a progressive India. kisses to all.’ Actor Swara Bhaskar wrote, “Congratulations to all petitioners and workers on which the Supreme Court has congratulated this. This decision has made India a free country for everyone today. Three cheers for the Supreme Court. ‘ At the same time, author Chetan Bhagat also expressed happiness over this decision. He wrote, “India is a country where culture changes at every 100 kilometers. Acceptance of diversity is included in the core of our Indian culture. This is a good day for India.

Hearing in July this year on section377

In July this year, the court reserved the judgment while hearing the case 377. The petition, challenging the constitutional validity of section 377 of the IPC, was heard only for 4 days. During the previous hearing, the court had said that if a law violates fundamental rights, then the court will not wait for the government to cancel it.

Source: Zeenews