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Mallika Sherawat's harsh reply to user who blamed her films for violence against women

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 8 October 2020, 12:52 IST

A social media user blamed Bollywood actress Mallika Sherawat’s films for spreading violence against women. In responding to the troll, the actress slammed the user for his mindset.

She wrote, “Unless India reforms it’s medieval mindset towards women nothing will change #HathrasHorror #NirbhayaCase”


 

Replying to the tweet of Mallika, a user wrote, “But the kind of roles you have played in Bollywood movie contradict your statement. Don’t you think the kind of message you deliver through your movies also play an important role. Improvement should start from the person who is making the statement first.”[sic]

 

Once again Mallika shut the troll by saying, “So the movies I act in are an invitation for rape!!! It’s mentality like yours that make Indian society regressive for women! If you hv a problem wt my movies then Don’t see them #nocountryforwomen.”

 

Earlier also, Mallika received a lot of flak for her bold choices in films. In an old interview with PTI, Mallika had said, “There were so many accusations and judgements on me. If you wear short skirts, kiss on the screen then you’re a fallen woman with no morals. Men tend to take liberties with you. This happened with me too.”

Elaborating her stance, she further added, “I was thrown out of projects because heroes would say ‘why can’t you be intimate with me? You can do it on screen, what’s the problem in doing that with me in private?’ I’ve lost so many projects. It’s very reflective of society, what women deal within our country.”

Talking about her professional front, Mallika’s last Bollywood outing was ‘Zeenat’. In the web series ‘Booo Sabki Phategi’, she was seen along with Tusshar Kapoor.

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First published: 8 October 2020, 12:46 IST
 
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