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OMG: Sonali Kulkarni takes her words back issuing apology on her Indian girls are lazy’ remark

Sonali Kulkarni, a popular Indian actress, recently issued an apology for her remarks about Indian girls being lazy, which drew criticism from many social media users. In a recent interview, she made a statement about how girls in India are not taught to work hard or take up responsibilities like their male counterparts.

Her comments were met with a lot of backlash, with many people accusing her of generalizing and stereotyping Indian women. Social media users also called out her statement as being insensitive and untrue, pointing out that there are many hardworking and responsible women in India who face several challenges in their daily lives. 

Following the backlash, the Dil Chahta Hai actress took to social media to issue a public apology. In her statement, she clarified that her comments were not meant to be a generalization about all Indian women, but rather a reflection of her personal experiences. She wrote a long letter sharing it on her Instagram handle, have a look:


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She stated that her comments were based on her observations of some of the women around her who had not been encouraged to pursue their dreams and aspirations. She emphasized that she never intended to hurt anyone’s sentiments and apologized for any offense caused.

Sonali Kulkarni’s apology has been met with mixed reactions, with some people accepting her apology and others calling for a more sincere apology. However, her statement has sparked an important conversation about the need to avoid generalizations and stereotypes when discussing gender roles and equality in India.

It is important to acknowledge that while there are still many challenges faced by women in India, there are also many who are breaking barriers and succeeding in various fields. It is crucial to recognize and celebrate the achievements of these women and not perpetuate stereotypes that undermine their efforts.

Ziya Khan


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