"It is difficult for me to comment on it (the controversy) as I don't know what he said. I am hearing it from media," Gracy, who is gearing up for television show "Santoshi Maa", she said.

When asked if it is unfair to target Aamir, Gracy said, "I can't say. I feel peace and unity should prevail in society. I have worked with him and I know he goes out of his way to do things. He works very hard. His contribution towards cinema is immense. He is very particular about the work he does."

Aamir is in the eye of storm over his remarks on growing intolerance in country and that his wife Kiran Rao had suggested that they should probably leave the country.

After his remarks kicked up a huge row, the actor today clarified that neither I, nor Kiran, has any intention of leaving the country.


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