''I have never felt any discrimination. I have never been refused housing in Mumbai. I have lived there in all kinds of conditions from a paying guest, sharing space with six people to having two apartments of my own. I have never had these problems,'' Naseeruddin said in an interview to a TV channel.
Talking to 'India 60 Minutes' on NDTV 24x7, aired last night, Naseeruddin said: ''I think that when the occasion arises, anyone is discriminated against. I can cite instances when Hindus have been discriminated against; forget about Christians, Sikhs, Parsis and so on.
''I don't say that these problems(faced by Muslims) don't exist, but I don't think that Mulsims are exclusively the victims.'' In a recent interview to a TV channel, Shabana had said Muslims often had to face discrimination in Indian democracy.