Rani Mukerji Was Trolled For Her Statement About The #MeToo Movement
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Rani Mukerji Was Trolled For Her Statement About The #MeToo Movement

Deepika And Anushka Were Praised For Their Opinions

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For the past few months, the #metoo movement has been gaining heat in India. A lot of celebrities have opened up their mouth against their dark past. The social media is sparked and filled with these kinds of controversies. Recently, Rani Mukerji made a statement about the #metoo movement which was not a pleasant one for the Twitterati.

 

Bollywood Divas Spoke About #MeToo

Recently Rajiv Masand held a roundtable conference with Rani Mukerji, Anushka Sharma, Deepika Padukone, Tabu, Taapsee Pannu and Alia Bhatt where the Bollywood divas spoke about the #metoo movement that has displayed the dark side of the B-Town.

 

Rani Mukerji’s Opinion

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Raani Mukerji said, “A girl should learn how to defend herself. Therefore, martial arts should be compulsory in schools.” Her statement seems agreeable to some point. Not only a girl but everyone should learn how to defend themselves. However, the argument was about the #metoo movement that brought many cases of child molestation to the highlight. Here, the statement of Rani doesn’t seem to fit as self-defense depends highly on the physical strength.

 

Deepika Padukone’s Statement

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Deepika Padukone thrashed the statement of Rani Mukerji by saying, “why the situations do take place where a girl has to defend herself? Not everyone is physically strong to defend themselves.” The rest of the Bollywood divas supported Deepika Padukone’s opinion.

 

The Twitter Trolled Rani

A series of tweets were broke out. The tweets were supporting the statement of Dipika Padukone while eventually trolling Rani Mukerji. Some called her obnoxious and regressive as she refused to listen to other’s opinion.

 

Nakuul Mehta Also Tweeted

The popular TV actor Nakul Mehta also took to Twitter and wrote, “Ok we get it that you did Mardaani and martial arts are cool but the ladies there are making a very valid point. LISTEN.”

Well, Rani Mukerji’s statement is not wrong completely as we cannot control other’s behavior towards us. Moreover, she thinks about strengthening the women while the rest of the actresses desire a change which will not be going to happen overnight.  Admittedly, the solution will be a mixture of both of the statements. What do you say about it? Do you agree? Tell us in the comments.

Also, check some lesser known facts about Rani Mukerji.

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Ravi Dabas
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