Bollywood stars and Journalist protest against rape case in Mumbai

Actress Sonam Kapoor and Singer Sona Mohapatra Protest against rape case
Abhishek Dubey 

Whole country is boiling against the photo journalist rape case. Bollywood stars and Journalist staged a silent protest in the heart of Mumbai from Joggers Park to Amphi theatre carter road displaying banner and placards to express their anger following the rape of a 22-year-old woman in an abandoned textile mill in central Mumbai Thursday evening. Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor, Reshma D’souza, Singer Sona Mohapatra, Karanveer Bohra along with his wife Teejay Sidhu, kushaal Punjabi, Aparnaa Bajpai, Satish Reddy, Actor Dalip Tahil and MLA Baba Siddique joined protest against rape in Mumbai. Sonam Kapoor said, “I am really shocked and taken aback with the recent shameful incident that took place in Mumbai. A sheer act of cowardice.”

Actress Aparna Bajpai Reshma D’souza Actor Dalip Tahil Protest against rape case
Bollywood actor Dilip Tahil said, “It is a shameful and extremely disturbing event which is very shocking. We want justice and punish them.” Actor Karanveer Bohra feels very sad about the recent rape case in Mumbai he said, “Sad validation of the fact that NO city in India is safe for women. It is after all the same prevention/enforcement mechanism in use all over.”
Actor Karanveer Bohra with his Wife Teejay Sidhu MLA Baba Sidhique and Producer
Satish Reddy Protest against rape case
Kannada Actress Reshma D’souza express her anger said, “A young photographer gang raped, her colleague thrashed in Mahalaxmi area Mumbai. Still no fear Rapists feel they can get away! Economy is down, corruption on the rise and state of law and order is shameful.” Kushaal Punjabi who were seen supporting the cause said, “This time, if we don’t act, it’s over. We will be sealing the fate for all our girl children. It isn’t about Mumbai or Delhi. It’s about India. We need to find a way to protect them. My heart goes out to the victim and I hope and pray that God gives her the strength to make it through this ordeal.”

The woman who was raped was a photojournalist intern for an English-language magazine in Mumbai. She was on assignment with a male colleague shooting pictures of an abandoned mill in the Mahalaxmi area in the south of the city when five men tied up the man she was with and raped her for one-and-a-half hours, according to police. Journalists from all fraternity and media personalities were seen in full swing to support the cause.