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Malaika Arora, Amrita Rao applaud TikTok ban while Richa Chadha, Vishal Dadlani mock the decision

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The government of India recently announced their decision ban the Chinese apps. While they decided to ban more than 50 apps in India, the nation is having mixed reaction. Many Bollywood celebrities seemed to have a reaction in support of the decision, but some other celebs seemed to mock the discontinuation of these applications as they would not make a difference.

Malaika Arora took to her Instagram handle to share on her stories, that she supports the decision of banning TikTok in India. She wrote, “Best news I have heard in lockdown…finally we will not be subjected to people’s ridiculous videos”

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Nikitin Dheer was also relived with the TikTok and other Chinese apps ban in India. He shared an article of the same and wrote, “Its a good start”.

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amrita rao revealed that she has deleted her TikTok account and that she supports the decision by the government of India, she wrote, “Just Deleted My TikTok Account !@Wangchuk66 #BoycottMadeInChina#SoftwareInAWeekHardwareInAYear #DeleteTikTok #AatmanirbharBharat 🇮🇳”

But, there are celebs who took a dig at the decision by the government and mocked it.

Richa Chadha also wrote sharing a tweet, “We can always uninstall apps… shom shom shamo shasha #definitiveaction ?”

Farah Khan also wrote about the consequences of banning the apps in India. She wrote, “If we are to compete with the worlds largest manufacturer, we better be well equipped to do so before we decide to ban everything Chinese bec the fact is that something in everything is made in China. Action without thought will lead to more problems. We need Brains not Emotions”

Vishal Dadlani also took a dig at the Janta Curfew while talking about the banning of Chinese apps in India, “Banning Apps is to China, what Taali/Diyas were to Coronavirus.”

Stay tuned to this space for more updates, news and gossip.

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