Mumbai Police beefs up safety outdoors Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya's residence after her speech in Rajya Sabha

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In the wake of Jaya Bachchan’s sturdy speech on the ground of the Rajya Sabha, the Samajwadi Party chief and veteran actress has been prolonged safety from the Mumbai Police on Wednesday. The Mumbai Police has reportedly beefed up the safety outdoors Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya’s Mumbai residence, Jalsa. The Samajwadi Party Member of Parliament (MP) had slammed folks for ‘defaming’ the Indian movie trade throughout her explosive which sparked a debate on social media. 

Batting for Bollywood, Jaya launched a tirade in opposition to these tarnishing the picture of the Hindi movie trade throughout these testing instances. In her speech, Jaya used a Hindi proverb to lash out on the troublemakers because the Samajwadi Party MP castigated folks for terming the leisure trade a “gutter”. The identical time period was earlier utilized by belligerent Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut to explain the Hindi movie trade.   

In what could be seen as a precautionary measure, the Mumbai Police has opted to boost the safety round Jaya’s residence after her explosive speech within the Parliament. According to Times Now, the state authorities has elevated the safety round two bungalows which belong to the Bachchan household.

The safety has been beefed across the two bungalows through which Big B, Jaya, Abhishek Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, and Aaradhya Bachchan reside. The report added that because the safety has been elevated as a part of a “precautionary measure”, the Bachchan household is not going to obtain any particular safety from the legislation enforcement company.  

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Jaya, who’s married to legendary actor Amitabh did not take any names in her speech on the ground of the Rajya Sabha. However, her speech was an oblique dig at  BJP’s Lok Sabha MP and Bhojpuri filmstar Ravi Kishan, who opened up concerning the existence of the alleged drug tradition in Bollywood. “I was really embarrassed and ashamed that yesterday (September 14) one of our members in the Lok Sabha, who is from the industry, spoke. I am not taking names. It is a shame,” Bachchan stated. 

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