Mallika Sherawat slams twitter user who blamed her films for violence against women: It’s mentality like yours that makes Indian society regressive for women - Times of India

Mallika Sherawat as of late hammered a Twitter client who reprimanded her movies for viciousness against ladies. As indicated by her it is attitude like theirs that makes Indian culture backward for ladies.

Mallika had tweeted about the Hathras assault case, expressing, “Except if India changes it’s middle age outlook towards ladies nothing will change #HathrasHorror #NirbhayaCase’

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Except if india changes it’s middle age outlook towards ladies nothing will change #HathrasHorror #NirbhayaCase

— Mallika Sherawat (@mallikasherawat) 1601464934000

Replying to her tweet, a client composed, ‘But the kind of roles you have played in Bollywood movie contradict your statement. Don’t you thing the sort of message you convey through your films additionally assume a significant job. Improvement should begin from the individual who is offering the expression first.’

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@mallikasherawat But the sort of jobs you have played in Bollywood film negate your announcement. Don’t you slim… https://t.co/U0PxKNzabm

— Karan Kumar (@karan007kay) 1602053921000

Hitting back at the tweet, Mallika answered, ‘So the movies I act in are an invitation for rape!!! It’s mindset like yours that make Indian culture backward for ladies! In the event that you hv an issue wt my films, at that point Don’t see them #nocountryforwomen.’

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So the films I act in are a greeting for assault!!! It’s attitude like yours that make Indian culture backward… https://t.co/CXE8G9A4Vw

— Mallika Sherawat (@mallikasherawat) 1602075128000

Earlier as well, Mallika has gotten analysis for her strong options in films. In an old meeting with PTI, Mallika had stated, “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 further, she included, “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.”