Mumbai, April 22 : Actress-filmmaker Pooja Bhatt yearns to go back to the time when safety was a norm and people were "truly kind" to each other.
"Take me back... to times when life was more gracious, safety was a norm and people had the time to pause and be truly kind," Pooja tweeted on Sunday.
"Thank you Western Railways for this great initiative for women's safety and a morning that brought out my inner child," she added.
Daughter of veteran filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, Pooja found fame with roles in "Daddy", "Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin", "Sadak" and "Zakhm". As a director, she has helmed "Paap", "Kajraare" and "Jism 2", among others.
On the work front, she is working on a book about her battle with alcohol. It will come out early next year.
We have officially become worst form of creatures: Rajkummar
Actor Rajkummar Rao is appalled by the news of the rape of a four-month-old girl in Madhya Pradesh's Indore town. He says the whole of humanity should hang its head in shame.
He tweeted on Sunday: "The whole humanity should hang its head in shame. We have officially become the worst form of creatures on planet Earth. Can we just hang these rapists asap?"
The sexual assault incident occurred in the M.G. Road area. The infant was abducted, raped and killed in a vacant basement space just 50 m away from where her parents were sleeping early on Friday. The accused has been arrested.