Those siding with Sunny included Kangana Ranaut, who commented on the video.
She said, “any one such incidence in isolation can never be an indication of one’s intentions or behaviour, and selfie culture is horrible, people come very close to us we get subjected to all kinds of virals and viruses, love has many languages selfies and hugs are not the only ones.”
Many users agreed with her. One netizen wrote, “you are right. It must be hard and annoying to have people encroaching on personal space all the time. It can’t be easy to be on the radar of hundreds of eyes all the time on an outing. Life has ups and downs, and it is not possible to always be in a happy mood.”
Another one added, “I agree with you. Leave aside celebrities, even children are not ready to be clicked all the time. So one must always judge the situation, mood and click only when other person is comfortable. In this case maybe Sunny was rushing for his flight, so I wouldn’t judge him.” One more comment, “I agree!! Even actors have the right to privacy. It can sometimes get very overwhelming.”