#ModiFightsCorruption: TV Celebs tell us their thoughts on SCRAPPING 500rs & 1000rs notes..!
There certainly were some interesting insights on it..
Kunal Nirmal Kothari
The whole world, including India, is currently soaking in two of the biggest shockers globally which are Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi announcing the scrapping of 500rs & 1000rs notes and Donald Trump becoming the 45th President of United States of America.
While several actors tweeted their views and opinions through tweets, few actors told us their opinions in detail -
Namish Taneja, best known for his role in 'Swaragini'
Yesterday, when I received a message on WhatsApp that 'Rs 500 and Rs 1000 will not be legal tender from midnight tonight, I thought its some fake message. But then, I saw a few tweets in which I was tagged and fans were discussing about demonetizing the currency. To get the confirmation, I googled about it. I wholeheartedly welcome this decision of our government. It will not only expose black money but also the 1,000s of crores of fake notes pumped by fraud people.
Aasiya Kazi best known for her role in 'Balika Vadhu'
I was quite surprised when my mom told me about this. Initially, I thought it's not a good move and is going to panic common people, but when I got the complete information, I realized it's the biggest and the best move to cut on corruption.
Imran Khan, best known for his role in 'Beyhadh'
This is going to affect those, who have kept lots of black money. Thankfully, I work in the industry where everything is black and white.
Gulshan Nain, best known for his role in 'Friends: Conditions Apply'
Yesterday night, when I switched on the television, I got to know this is one of the biggest decisions taken in a long time, which will positively impact our economy. I agree that this decision has created a bit of chaos in the start, but if you see it in the long run, it will strengthen the economy, reduce corruption and will lead to the equal distribution of wealth in the country.
Harssh Rajput, best known for his role in 'Saath Nibhana Saathiya'
Wow! What a lovely move by our prime minister Narendra Modi..We welcome this revolutionary move. Isn't it a brilliant step? I believe this is going to be a real game changer, as in a fraction of a seconds, crores of black money has become 'just' a piece of paper.
Karan Sharma, best known for his role in 'Mohi'
It's an effective example of 'Swacch Bharat Abhiyan' where the corrupt people, who have secretly kept crores of black currency, now, have only two options, either declare it or destroy it. It's a well-timed good innovative initiative by our government.
Ankit Mohan, best known for his role in 'Kumkum Bhagya'
I have complete faith in the step taken by our PM Mr. Narendra Modi. Any revolutionary step causes an initial unrest, but people should look at the larger picture and support this drive.
Sara Khan, best known for her role in 'Kavach... Kaali Shaktiyon Se'
I welcome Narendra Modi's 9/11, as it will end corruption. People will be forced to declare their black income. But, having said that, it will have a rippling effect in the short term on most sectors as we still are a cash economy. Plus, there will be a liquidity crunch in the short term due to limits on the exchange.
Kunal Kulbhushan Jaisingh, currently seen in Ishqbaaz
It's a well-calibrated move. Proud of my Prime Minister on taking this step. The unaccountable black money is now stuck and all the fake currency being pumped into our country has taken a hit.
Tanya Sharma, best known for Saath Nibhana Saathiya!
I think Modiji took a huge step against corruption and I'm totally with it. People with low incomes are having problems because they have savings in cash and don't even have a bank account, but all the black money will get out. Hopefully, this is the first step towards a corruption free country.
Anuj Sachdeva, last seen in Swaragini!
It is a huge and a positive move on the part of Modi to put an end to corruption in this country. Black money has been one major drawback because of which our economy hasn't progressed.
While these are the views of your favorite celebrities, what do you feel about the same?