Actor Yuvika Chaudhary discovered herself in scorching water after she used a casteist slur in her vlog whereas describing how ‘bad’ she seemed. ‘#ArrestYuvikaChaudhary’ started trending on Twitter shortly after she uploaded the video, which additionally featured her husband, actuality tv star Prince Narula.
Now, Yuvika has apologised for her remark, claiming that she ‘didn’t know the which means’ of the phrase and sustaining that she would by no means harm anybody. “Hi guys I didn’t kw the meaning about that word wt I used in my last vlog I didn’t mean to hurt anyone and I can never do that to hurt someone I apologise to each n every one I hope you understand love you all,” she wrote on Instagram.
Some followers prolonged assist to Yuvika, within the replies to her submit on Twitter. “Stay strong queen we know uh didn’t used that wid wrong intention and dis world is so judgmental will judge if uh do wrong and even if uh right so uh dnt worry love uh the most queen my inspiration,” one wrote. Another mentioned, “We know you are very sweet person. By mistake vlogs me bol dete h insaan hi toh h at the end (You said it by mistake in your vlog. You are human, after all).”
However, some Twitter customers didn’t settle for Yuvika’s apology. “Sure you did! If you went to a school you knew! Stop playing the victim. Accept that you are conditioned into a casteist mindset. That is the case with most of us. And make the apology specific to the community you offended,” one individual replied. “If you have a racist thinking, you are not ashamed. Every person has the right to live with dignity. #ArrestYuvikaChoudhary,” one other mentioned.
Earlier this month, actor Munmun Dutta discovered herself embroiled in an identical controversy for utilizing a casteist slur in a YouTube video. She issued an apology, blaming the ‘language barrier’ for her ignorance. “Because of my language barrier, I was genuinely misinformed about the meaning of the word. Once I was made aware of its meaning I immediately took the part down,” she mentioned, including that she has ‘utmost respect’ for individuals of all castes.