Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut feels that now more notable people from the entertainment industry need to come out and talk about the #MeToo movement.
Kangana Ranaut, who had earlier targeted Karan Johar by calling him the "flag-bearer of nepotism", has now questioned him and other big celebs in Bollywood for their silence on the #MeToo movement.
The movement has received the attention it deserves with allegations of sexual assault levelled against many prominent names in the entertainment industry, like Sajid Khan, Alok Nath, Subhash Ghai, Subhash Kapoor and Kailash Kher, among many others.
In an interview with India Today, Kangana spoke out regarding the ongoing issue. She said, "Karan Johar has views about gym looks and airport looks. He tweets ten times about it. What about this? This is their identity. This is their bread and butter. When the film industry is going through such an important shift, where are they?"
"I have been speaking about it every day, but now more significant people need to come out and talk about it. It's not for one person to talk about it. Where are people like Karan Johar? Where are people like Shabana Azmi? These people should also come out," she told India Today.
Recently, Kangana, called out her Queen director Vikas Bahl for allegedly making inappropriate sexual advances towards her. She also made serious charges against Hrithik Roshan saying that he is among those men who keep their wives as trophies and young girls as mistresses.
Her comments and statements were followed by a series of criticisms on social media. Many on the internet had opined that Kangana started targeting Hrithik again just because her film Manikarnika is going to be released soon.
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Last Updated Oct 15, 2018, 1:50 PM IST