Ever since the issue of the former model and actress TanuShree Dutta has come to light, the controversy is becoming bad to worse in the media. we hear a series of B Town actresses too coming ahead and talking about a number of stories about their sexual harassment in the Hindi cinema in the country. This has triggered the #metoo campaign in the media that talks a lot about the sexual harassment of the ladies in the industry now coming forward to speak about the same. It all started with Tanushree Dutta after she faced the incident a decade before and now she is being followed by many under the #metoo campaign as under:
Mona Mathews –
The first one to speak about it when posed this question, she said she would never compromise and would always speak about the sexual harassment she would ever face in her life. She said rapes and sexual harassment is common in Bollywood as in any other industry, though the ladies in India do not speak considering it a taboo thing in the media against the mighty actors.
The Netflix show actress also seen becoming the part of the MeToo campaign and when she was asked about it, she said people do not often understand the magnitude of the issues, it’s good that she and people like her speak about it. She said others are also joining her in this campaign and this shows the solidarity thing.
Konkona Sen –
The other to speak about it and remain the part of this campaign is the talented actress Konkana Sen. She said that this should be beyond the solidarity we share about it and it can be done by going deeper into this issue.
She also came forward to support the campaign – #MeToo and then remained the part of the campaign on sexual harassment. She said that she has been deliberate to stand against the same and is there to strongly condemn such issues like exploitation, physical abuse, sexual harassment and pay disparity. She then said that she is prepared for such fights, which would come in your way.
The others who spoke against this issue and remained the part of the said campaign include Richa Chadha, Kalki Koechlin, Swara Bhaskar and Sonam Kapoor.