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Nirbhaya case: Bollywood lauds Supreme Court's verdict, says 'Justice Prevails'

After Supreme Court Announced Its Verdict In December 16 Nirbhaya Gang Rape Case Giving Death Sentence To All The Four Convicts, Entire Bollywood Has Come Out In Support Of The Decision.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Ranpreet Kaur | Updated on: 06 May 2017, 12:01:43 AM
Nirbhaya case: Bollywood lauds Supreme Court's verdict, says 'Justice Prevails'

New Delhi:

After Supreme Court announced its verdict in December 16 Nirbhaya gang rape case giving death sentence to all the four convicts, entire Bollywood has come out in support of the decision. Several bigshots of B-town including Sonu Nigam, Varun Dhawan, Dia Mirza, Rishi Kapoor etc voiced their opinion on micro-blogging site Twitter and hailed Supreme Court's verdict.

Sonu Nigam stated, "An emotionally apt consolation 2 Jyoti #Nirbhaya family though nothing can bring d unfortunate daughter back. Supreme Court of India, Salute".

Actress Dia Mirza said, "Justice has been delivered in the #NirbhayaCase. I hope that this verdict serves as a deterrent to the monsters in our society..."

Simi Garewal tweeted, "#Nirbhaya Hail to the Solomons of the SC! Only regret is the evil one got away...Rewarded with a new identity, money to start a new life", she said in an apparent reference to a fifth convict, who was a juvenile when he committed the crime.

Rishi tweeted, "Nirbhaya verdict. Justice prevails. Being in a civil society, in this case, 'Public hanging' was needed to set an example for an everyday menace."

Varun wrote, "Even hanging the four criminals is not enough justice but it should serve as a reminder that how India deals with this crime #Nirbhayaverdict (sic)".

Raveena posted her own picture with the victim's mother, and tweeted, "May her tears flow no more...May the mother's daughter finally rest in peace...May all evil know there is a price to pay."

Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha said he did not endorse the death penalty, but believed that this "heinous rape" was an exception.

Sonal Chauhan wrote, "Should've happened long back. No punishment is big enough 4these monsters. Bt better late thn never. Justice finally served".

Fashion Designer Masaba Mantena tweeted, "Finally!the only end they deserve.Kudos to the Supreme Court for this decision.May she finally rest in peace".

The apex court today confirmed the sentence saying it had sent a "tsunami of shock" all over and was a "rarest of rare" case in which the most brutal, barbaric and diabolical attack was carried out on the victim.

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First Published : 05 May 2017, 11:52:00 PM

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