In another showcase of how he believes to speak his heart out, actor Emraan Hashmi has said that he is happy with the way Muslims are treated in India. Without any hesitation, Emraan said that Muslims are treated well in the country.
"Given our situation in India where there are people of different castes, different religions staying in our country, we are doing pretty well. No major problems have erupted," Emraan told IANS.
Emraan was one of actors who raised his voice when he wanted to buy a house in the posh Pali Hill, but the housing society refused to give him the NOC because of his religion.
"I cannot comment on the flat status... can't say that it does not exist or exist (but) it's a great accomplishment for all the government bodies and everyone here that we are living in harmony to a certain extent. I believe we are doing pretty well. I would say that Muslims are being treated very well in India," he said.
The actor is currently busy promoting his film "Raaz Reboot" that also stars southern film actress Kriti Kharbanda and Gaurav Arora. Produced by Vishesh Films, the film will release on September 16.
(With IANS inputs)