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Controversy Ignites as Ameesha Patel’s Statement on OTT and Homosexuality Stirs Debate; Uorfi Javed Responds with Harsh Criticism

Ameesha Patel has been in the news for the past few days for two reasons. First, she accused Anil Sharma’s production house of mismanagement on the sets of Gadar 2. Second, she made controversial remarks about the OTT medium, which have been criticized by many. Ameesha Patel’s comments about OTT content have been met with a mixed response. Some people agree with her, while others disagree. Those who agree with her say that OTT content is often “boring” and “low-quality.” They also say that it is not as immersive as watching a film in the cinema.

Those who disagree with her say that OTT content is just as good as cinema, and that there is no need to be elitist about it. They say that people should be able to enjoy content in whatever medium they prefer. It is still too early to say what the long-term impact of Ameesha Patel’s comments will be. However, it is clear that they have sparked a debate about the merits of OTT content.

Uorfi Javed has reacted to Ameesha Patel’s controversial remarks about OTT content and marginalized groups. In an interview, Patel had said that she does not watch OTT content because she finds it “boring” and that she prefers watching films in the cinema because she enjoys the “big screen experience”. She also said that she would “keep her children away” from OTT content that features “gayism, lesbianism”.

Javed took to her Instagram stories to share a clip of Patel’s remarks and to express her disapproval. She wrote, “What is actually gayism, lesbianism? Keep your children away from it? So when she said ‘kaho na Pyar hai’ she meant only straight people. Public figures speaking without educating themselves on such sensitive topics really irks me! Not getting work for 25 years has made her into a very bitter person.”

Javed’s comments have been met with support from many netizens, who have also criticized Patel for her remarks. Some have pointed out that Patel’s comments are homophobic and discriminatory, while others have said that they are simply ignorant.

Ziya Khan


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