These famous stars in favor of farmers: the central government across the country in protest of the new controversial laws apply to agriculture farmers rallied in Delhi are. This movement was first started by the farmers of Punjab. After this, after the farmers of Haryana and Western Uttar Pradesh, the farmers of different states of the country have also come out in support of the agitators. Not only farmers but now celebrities are also supporting this farmers’ movement. Apart from the film industry, many celebrities of Punjab have supported the farmers.
Actress Simmi Grewal has been consistently supporting the demands of farmers through social media. Sharing a picture of the Kisan Andolan in Mumbai in 2018, Simi Grewal asked whether the demands of the farmers were met even then and the agitation did not yield any results. Earlier, he shared a cartoon of a farmer offering food to a police officer.
Famous Indian-Canadian singer Jazzy B has also tweeted in support of farmers. Jazzy B has also shared several videos of the peasant movement on his Twitter account.
Diljit Dosanjh Famous singer and actor Diljit Dosanjh is also raising his voice in support of farmers. “We are farmers, not terrorists,” he wrote, sharing a poster on his Twitter account. Gippy Grewal Famous Punjabi actor and singer Gippy Grewal has also raised his voice in favor of farmers. Gippy Grewal has also shared several videos and posters of the peasant movement on his Twitter account.
Gurpreet Ghughi Famous Punjabi actor and commander Gurpreet Ghughi has shared a video on social media in which he has appealed to the youth to stay away from violence while supporting the peasant movement
Angad Bedi, famous actor and husband of Neha Dhupia, has also supported the demands of the farmers. Angad Bedi shared Diljit Dosanjh’s tweet on his Twitter account. Harbhajan Singh Famous cricketer Harbhajan Singh has also tweeted in support of the demands of the farmers. He wrote in his tweet, ‘Farmer is our food provider. We should give Anandata some time. Wouldn’t that be reasonable? Can’t we hear them without a police encounter?