After Shah Rukh, Salman and Aamir Khan now actor Ranbir Kapoor has spoken against terror attacks in Mumbai. In an exclusive interview with CNN-IBN’s Rohit Khilnani, Ranbir said that life should move on and no one should live in fear.
Rohit Khilnani: Where were you when you heard about the terror attack in Mumbai?
Ranbir Kapoor: I was shooting at Film City when I got to know of the attack around 10 pm. When I went back home I switched on the news and was glued to the TV. Those three days were absolutely tragic. I remember I was in New York during the 9/11 attacks and I was studying there. It was as bad as that. I’m no body to comment on this. And I don’t want to comment on the political status of our country. I hope and pray to god that such acts stop.
Rohit Khilnani: The places where the attacks took place were big hotels like the Oberoi and Taj which you guys visit a lot. So were you scared?
Ranbir Kapoor: Absolutely not. As I feel no one should live in fear. What has happened is unfortunate and terrible but life goes on. We can’t live our lives in terror. It’s going to a while before we get back to life the way we were. But I still think no one should live in fear.
Rohit Khilnani: Shahrukh Salman and Aamir all said that terrorism has no religion. Do you believe that?
Ranbir Kapoor: Absolutely. Terrorism has no religion, it’s just faith gone wrong.