Hollywood and Bollywood Comes together, shocked about US Capital Violence

After the supporters of former President Donald Trump on Wednesday, many celebrities from both Bollywood and Hollywood showed their concern. Multiple celebrities tweeted online.

After the supporters of former President Donald Trump on Wednesday, many celebrities from both Bollywood and Hollywood showed their concern. Multiple celebrities tweeted online. Stars such as Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evans, Sacha Baron Cohen and multiple others have called out the unfair and lenient way the rioters were handled by the police, compared to the Black Lives Matters protestors earlier last year.

Bollywood stars like Richa Chadha, Swara Bhasker, Lisa Ray, Celina Jaitley and others took to Twitter to show their concern about the storming of the Capitol.

 “HOW were they allowed to get this far???????? Where are the guns and sophisticated machinery that peaceful BLM activists were faced with?!?!,” wrote Swara in a tweet. “Unfolding like a QAnon prophecy... now awaiting reptilians...dark dark day for America... erstwhile spreader of offshore democracy,” wrote Richa.

While, Captain America fame Chris Evans wrote, “Just think of the carnage had they not been white.” Mark Ruffalo, who had been tweeting about the entire episode for hours wrote, “Imagine if this was our side. There would be rivers of our blood in the streets and not a single one of us would be armed. This has been allowed. #CoupAttempt.”

Sacha called on Twitter and Google to ban Donald Trump for inciting violence. “Hey Mark Zuckerberg, @jack, @SusanWojcicki and @sundarpichai -- Donald Trump just incited a violent attack on American democracy. Is that FINALLY enough for you to act?! It’s time to ban Donald Trump from your platforms once and for all!”

Twitter, Facebook and Instagram have blocked Trump from posting on the platforms.

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