Vidya Balan looks terrified in this photo!

Indian actress Vidya Balan looks frightened as she negotiates traffic to get it to a book launch in Bandra. Actress Vidya Balan states she doesn't want to add anything extra to what is already occurring with Delhi University student 'Gurmehar Kaur' but feels one must consider others freedom of expression. Lady Sri Ram Ram College senior Gurmehar Kaur, a girl of Kargil martyr Captain Mandeep Singh, had started a viral social media campaign against 'Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP)' ensuing violence between members of organizations 'AISA and ABVP' operators in 'Delhi University's Ramjas College'. Kaur who is 20 years old, repressed from her social media campaign yesterday after supposedly getting threats from the members of the RSS-backed outlay and getting trolled. When asked about what she believes about the issue, Vidya told reporters, 'She doesn't want to speak much about this. She thinks what we actually need to do is respect people's freedom of representation. 'He spoke something she said something', all are correct in their positions. But she doesn't want to attach anything further; everyone has the right to expose what they feel.' The 'Dirty Picture star, however, added that brutality should not happen and there is no excuse for that. She was talking at the launch of the book 'The Wrong Turn' which is penned by Sanjay Chopra and Namita Roy Ghose, last evening. Last week, Delhi University's Ramjas College observed violence between members of 'AISA and ABVP' workers. The genesis of the dispute was an urge to JNU students 'Umar Khalid and Shehla Rashid' to address a seminar on Culture of Protests which was eliminated by the college officials following opposition by the ABVP. Moviemaker and actor Tigmanshu Dhulia, who was also present at the occasion, said it is sad a range has been made out of a molehill. 'She is an innocent teenager, she said something and it's bad all the leading people are commenting on that. They have made her life hard. He feels very bad, weak. If the preponderance thinks like this he doesn't believe the nation is moving on the correct path.