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Kangana Ranaut's STRONG TAKE on #MeToo, REVEALS a SHOCKING Instance!

Comments  Comments [ 0 ]    By Yash Gawad | 22 January 2019 | 12:28pm

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Kangana Ranaut who is all set to impress her fans once again with her role as Rani of Jhansi, Laxmibai, in her next, 'Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi'. She is fierce, sassy and doesn't miss her words at all when it comes to putting out her opinions out in open in front of the public eyes. 

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She has always made sure to be vocal about the relevant issues. In an interview with DNA, Kangana said that the #MeToo movement in Bollywood should be analyzed at different levels. She also added that women should be responsible for their own safety and why the right message needs to be given out to young girls.

Talking about MeToo, she told the daily that people will think at least twice because of the way the things are being reported. She said the earlier people knew about those five or six names but no one said anything.

Now, they have been exposed and they are out there. She also feels the whole movement is not going in the right direction because of the message we're giving to young girls. She also mentioned that Rani Mukerji was attacked for putting out her views. "It's sad to see that a woman was getting bullied and trolled for the cause of women's empowerment. Maybe Rani was not able to articulate herself, but if you see the way she leads her life, she is the epitome of women's empowerment. Anyone who knows her wouldn't find her weak or timid. There are people who talk a lot, but they don't necessarily live up to it. She's definitely one of those who lives up to it. So, that is scary about this whole thing," said Kangana. 

She also talked about the psychology of a criminal and how we have to be safe. She said when you set certain rules, criminals would want to breach it. 

She also cited one instance that happened with her. She said, "I was pinched on my butt in the middle of a group and that person was right there, looking at me. It was not even sexual, it was like 'I did exactly what I was not supposed to do'. And looking me in the eye like 'what are you going to do now?' So, what do you expect? I think somewhere we should tell the girls that there are a few rules. Don't say 'maybe,' when you want to say 'no', it's important. Your safety doesn't mean you can do Taekwondo and karate. It also means you go to someone who can save you; it may be a teacher, an uncle you trust, a friend, or the Mumbai Police, or go to the media, find a journalist and expose them. So, to tell them this and then get severely trolled for it, is horrible."

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