Vivek Oberoi said that he feels proud with the way the Indian media's reactions towards the gangrape of a photojournalist in Mumbai, compelled the administration for a quicker action. "I am really happy and really proud of the Indian media that has come together unanimously on this and has shaken up the administration. It has pushed them to actively pursue this case and bring results immediately," Vivek said.

On Thursday evening, a woman photojournalist was raped by five men in the abandoned Shakti Mills compound near Mahalaxmi railway station where she was on an assignment along with a male colleague. Two accused have been nabbed till now.

Oberoi’s co-star in the film, Riteish Deshmukh, son of late Union Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh, blamed the country's law for growing rape cases."Somewhere I feel that our law is not that strict and people are not afraid of it. So, our system needs to wake up and make sure that people fear the law," Riteish said.

"Moreover, when a person will be aware that so and so law is there and it can be implemented, that fear will compel them not to do such acts, and that way these incidents may decrease to some level," he added.

The movie's third actor, Aftab Shivdasani is all in favour for capital punishment for such culprits."Law needs to do something really stern and it can only be capital punishment," Aftab said.

"When somebody does something like this, he does not fear the law and does not even have respect for the law. This is the fact that it is consistently happening,” he added.


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