Kangana Ranaut says that in Indian films men are portrayed harassing women.
Kangana Ranaut explains that in Indian films men are portrayed as harassing women. He said that the women in the film are being called ‘Tandoori Chicken’ and this is a ‘shameful’ depiction of women in Indian cinema.
- Last Updated:February 20, 2021 at 11:41 PM IS
Recently, the Dhakad star shared a video clip of her with Aamir Khan from the 2014 show ‘Satyamev Jayate Season 3’, in which she is seen opposite Deepika Padukone and Parineeti Chopra. In the clip, Kangana is seen talking about the wrong portrayal of women on the big screen.
Kangana retweeted a video from an episode of Aamir’s 2014 show. In the clip, Kangana is seen sharing her thoughts on how cinema affects society. She cites the example of William Shakespeare, who wrote Dark Storries and characters with positive effects.
Kangana says that in Indian films, it is shown that men are portrayed as tees to women. He said that the women in the film are being called ‘Tandoori Chicken’ and this is a ‘shameful’ depiction of women in Indian cinema.
Watch this, it is many years ago in my early twenties teaching feminism to Bullywood, listen you all upcoming libru feminists, we have been the principal of the school where you study! https://t.co/ZwpPRXwggP
– Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) February 19, 2021
Later in the same video clip, Aamir asked Deepika about her perspective, the Padmavat fame actress said that, she has heard that cinema always has a huge impact on society, but he ‘never takes it seriously’. Till now they were discussing about it. She said that in future, she will probably be more careful.
While sharing the tweet, Kangana wrote, ‘See this, many years ago, since the early twenties, I have been teaching Bollywood to Feminism. Listen to all the incoming Liberal feminists, we have been the principal of the school where you study.