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Mulk actor Rishi Kapoor accuses British Airways of being RACIST

Mulk actor Rishi Kapoor accuses British Airways of being RACIST

Mulk actor Rishi Kapoor, who was last seen in the movie Mulk, recently took to Twitter to call out British Airways of being ‘RACIST’. The actor is known for being extremely forthcoming with his opinion and denounced the Airways revealing that he stopped flying with them after the staff members of the said Airlines allegedly misbehaved with him. The actor revealed the same after the news of an Indian family being asked to leave a London to Berlin flight after their child started crying took the internet by storm.
The 65-year-old actor tweeted, “Racist. Don’t fly British Airways. We cannot be kicked around. Sad to hear about the Berlin child incident. I stopped flying British Airways after the cabin crew were rude and had attitude not once but twice even after being a first class passenger. Fly Jet air or Emirates. There is dignity.” While Rishi ji does find himself embroiled in several controversies, his stand on this won him several praises. The fans agreed to the actor’s stand instantly accusing the Airlines of racist conduct.

Racist. Dont fly British Airways.We cannot be kicked around. Sad to hear about the Berlin child incident. I stopped flying BA after the cabin crew were rude and had attitude not once but twice even after being a first class passenger. Fly Jetair or Emirates. There is dignity.

— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) August 9, 2018

For those uninitiated, an Indian passenger on the British Airways flight from London to Berlin had accused the airline of allegedly asking his family to leave the plane after their child started crying. He even claimed that the staff threatened to throw the family out of the window and would handcuff them if they did not exit the plane.
Responding to it, British Airways said in a statement, “We are investigating the complaint and will liaise with our customer. It is a safety requirement for all airlines that passengers are seated and have their seat belt fastened for take-off.” Suresh Prabhu, the Civil Aviation Minister asked for a detailed report from the airline over the incident.
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