Mammootty Makes Another Controversial Comment, This Time For Promoting Racism, Critics Say He May Apologize Soon

Mammootty is one of the most favorite stars of Malayalees. Even though he is 70 years old, but his fans say that he is quite updated. His latest film is Christopher. This is the film directed by B Unnikrishnan after the superhit film Aarat. Udayakrishnan, who wrote Aarat, is also writing the script of the film.

Meanwhile, Mammootty is currently attending the promotional events of Christopher film. The last thing Mammootty said at an event has now become a controversy. Mammootty made this joke in response to a comment made by Aishwarya Lakshmi. But critics are now saying that Mammootty made a kind of joke which promotes racism and that is not true at all.

When asked about her opinion about Mammootty, Aishwarya Lakshmi said that Mammootty is Chakra. “They still don’t call me white sugar, they call me black sugar. Do you know what jaggery is? It’s a charcoal box. You know what it means? How would you feel if you were called a charcoal burner?” Mammootty asked this to Aishwarya Lakshmi.

Mammootty fans say that this is just a joke which Mammootty said very naturally and everyone in our country says the same. Mammootty fans are asking that it is not possible to tell a joke in this country. Meanwhile, the new generation of Mammootty fans say that old people tell such jokes and youngsters like us should forgive them. Meanwhile, another set of people is hoping that Mammootty will come up with the map soon.

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