Russell peters dating bollywood actress
Comedian Russell Peters hasn't been punched in the face. Within minutes of sitting down for dinner, he addresses the African American waiter as "The Black Greek" ("Dude, your name's Nico?"), hides under the table when he learns a dining companion is of Iraqi heritage and lampoons someone with a "weird" Indian name: "What parent does that to their kid?!! 15 Calendar section about comedian Russell Peters said that the upcoming movie TV movie "Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever" would air on the USA Network.Unfortunately, no one was laughing in India after hearing what he had to say."I hate Bollywood," he is reported to have said of the Hindi-language film industry. It's my opinion, obviously there are billions who like and love them.I don't like all the singing, dancing and all the dramatic crying. I have refused doing it earlier and will do so in future.But I hope some filmmakers take a chance of making real movies."He went on to take jabs at one of the industry's biggest stars.
Though teetering on offensive, Peters is one of them, and they love it.Something was lost in translation when the Canadian comedian made scathing comments about both the Bollywood film industry and superstar Aishwarya Rai-Bachchan.Peters was in India to promote the Indo-Canadian hockey film in Canada).Born and raised in working-class Toronto as the son of immigrant Indian parents, Peters has built a comedy empire by appealing to that wide yet overlooked swath of North America who check the "other" box.
"She has proved it time and time again that in Bollywood, people can become superstars just by having a pretty face.”But no, he didn't stop there. Good job, Abhishek, you finally knocked her up.”Filmie fans, women's rights activists, and industry figures have all spoken out against his remarks and demanded an apology from him.He continued on, even implicating her husband, Abhishek Bachchan, son of Bollywood megastars Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Bhaduri.