Jaya Bachchan lashes out after being clicked at college fest

Veteran actress Jaya Bachchan lost her cool when people started clicking her pictures at a college fest on Tuesday, August 16. The 68-year-old actress turned politician hates to be photographed.

During an interactive session at the ‘Umang Fest’ of Mumbai’s Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics, Jaya Bachchan the lashed out at the audience who clicked her with their mobile phones.

Known for her strict and disciplined nature, the senior actress sternly said, “Please stop taking pictures. I hate it because it’s right into my eyes. These are basic manners which Indians have to learn. Just because you have a camera and a mobile, you get the freedom of take anyone’s picture anytime, without asking that person! These are basic educations that all colleges and schools and parents at home should teach their children.”

“It’s very annoying. I have a freedom to say no from being photographed. I am trying to chat here. You are sitting right in front of me clicking right into my eyes. I hate indiscipline,” she said, letting up her chat with the host on stage.

Further speaking about her punctuality, during the session, the Padma Shri recipient said, "I like to be on time to honour the person who has invited me.