We can't control who we love but we can control what kind of society we want to live in. This is what we've been seeing in Russia and, indeed, certain areas of the United States, where gay people (and women and other cultural minorities) have become a scape goat for people's very real fears of loss of cultural identity in the face of the American/Western cultural export machine and for frustration at the riches that remain out of reach but forever waved in their faces.
There have a been a few articles collecting quote from stars, like the one linked above. Some are clueless; some are from inside a bubble of privilege. Farhan gets it right:
“The Supreme Court got it wrong today,” tweeted actor-director Farhan Akhtar.
Another article from TOI has more in-depth quotes from directors and actors about how it will affect films.
For Reema Kagti, whose Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd. showed the dilemma of a gay man stuck in a straight marriage, the verdict is a "slap in the face of democracy". "Forget about being the largest democracy, we don't even live in a democratic society. I'm horrified by the larger implications of the verdict and can't even think about what it means for cinema."
India Today runs down a sorry list of Hindi films that include gay relationships. Although they've totally misread Fashion. From what I remember, the gay couple in that was Priyanka Chopra and Kangana Ranaut.
And The Telegraph gets Karan Johar's opinion on the subject. For no reason in particular.
“People are desperate to maintain saleable images and while homosexuality may be practised, it is never openly flaunted. Even those who are known to be openly gay, or are perceived to be so, are shy of publicly acknowledging their sexuality,” he said.