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'Mr. Bachelor' Darling Krishna on the Darshan Hosapete incident: 'Inhuman to treat someone that way'

Darling Krishna is gearing up for the release of the romantic comedy Mr. Bachelor which also stars the Pushpavati girl Nimika Ratnakar.

'Mr. Bachelor' Darling Krishna on the Darshan Hosapete incident: 'Inhuman to treat someone that way'
Darling Krishna weighs in on the 'slipper' incident involving Darshan
  • Swaroop Kodur

Last Updated: 11.12 AM, Jan 03, 2023

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Fans of Challenging Star Darshan are waiting with bated breath to experience Kranti on the big screen and with each passing day, the excitement levels are soaring higher and higher. And much to their delight, team Kranti has been dialling up the intensity with the help of the pre-release promotions which has given all the fans a glorious chance to witness him in person and possibly, interact with him during the public events. But for Darshan, the same promotional activity has proven to be a double-edged sword as he continues to make the news for both good and bad reasons.

The recent Hosapete incident, in particular, has consistently grabbed the headlines and owing to the sensitivity of the matter, it has attracted the opinions of a majority of the Kannada film fraternity. Soon after the incident took place, bigwigs like Kiccha Sudeep, Shiva Rajkumar, and others came out condemning the attack and voicing their support for Darshan. In the same vein, actor Darling Krishna shared his views on the alleged rivalry between Puneeth Rajkumar and Darshan fans and said that no artist, regardless of their stature, deserves to be disrespected.

"No artist, who has entertained the public, should be treated poorly because it's inhuman to disrespect an individual that way. And as far as fans are concerned, see, I too was a fan of some actor before I joined the industry and as a fan, I feel my responsibility is quite simple: if I truly adore someone, I will look forward to their film, make sure I catch it on the big screen, relish the experience, and that's about it. And if my favourite superstar were to preach something valuable, I will imbibe that. But my life doesn't end there because there's so much more to it. For instance, I am a huge Virat Kohli fan but my involvement as a fan is limited to enjoying his skills as a cricketer - I can't sit and be too involved because Virat Kohli won't earn me my bread. I can't expect that either. Every fan must realize that they have their own life to live, their own paths to success and there is no point in getting too attached to a superstar," said Krishna in a recent conversation with a media outlet.

On the work front, Darling Krishna is gearing up for the release of the romantic comedy Mr. Bachelor which also stars the Pushpavati girl Nimika Ratnakar. Mr. Bachelor is out in theatres on January 6.

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