Telly celebs react to the 'Rs.12 Meal-Deal'

July 27, 2013

Veteran actor Mr. Raj Babbar, who is the present spokesperson for Congress, said, "Even today it is possible to have a full meal at Rs.12 in Mumbai." Shashank Vyas aka Jagiya of 'Balika Vadhu' on Colors said, "In Rs.12, I can't even buy a bottle of mineral water, buying a full meal is way not possible. However, it's not about the quantity, what quality are you expecting in this amount, is a big question!" Adding to his views further, the actor says, "I cannot comment on anybody's ideology but according to me at least Rs.50 is necessary for a satisfactorily meal for a common man. Due to the soaring prices, everything is expensive and I don't think so one can get a hygienic meal in Rs.12." On being questioned about the existing price rates of some essential food items, Shashank says, "I'm sure 1 kg of onion costs Rs.25, 1 liter of milk Rs.52 and 1 kg of sugar Rs.38."
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