After the video of Anushka Sharma scolding a passerby who had littered streets had gone viral, after being uploaded by her husband, the Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli, the actress had faced mixed response with both supporting responses as well as opposing reactions.
The actress had scolded a man, named Arrhan Singh, who was traveling in a sedan driven by a driver, and she had asked him not to throw the garbage on road and instead use a dustbin. Kohli had shot the video and uploaded it, with the caption the read "brains gone for a toss", and also reacted angrily to trolls against the act.
While many came in support of
Anushka Sharma, minister of state for Home affairs Kiren Rijju had also
extended his support. He had responded that Virat and Anushka don't need
publicity but would actually need privacy, and had said that people must have
civic sense and ethical behavior and keep India clean.
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