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Shaktimaan actor Mukesh Khanna says, ‘If A Girl Tells Boy She Wants Sex, Calls them ‘sex workers’

Veteran actor Mukesh Khanna, who is most known for his role in Shaktimaan, made some recent comments on the nature of girls who approach boys for sex. The actor posted a video of himself discussing the subject on his Bheeshm International YouTube page. According to Mukesh, if a girl begs a boy for sex, she is not a woman; rather, she is operating a business. The words Mukesh Khanna made shocked online users. Some individuals were offended by the actor’s rubbished words and cruelly ridiculed him.

In this viral video we can hear Mukesh saying that “Koi bhi ladki agar kisi ladke ko kahe ‘I want to have sex with you’, wo ladki, ladki nahi hai, wo dhanda kar rahi hai. Kyunki is tarah ki nirlaj baatein koi sabhya samaj ki ladki kabhi nahi karegi”. The actor posted this video with the title, “Kya aapko bhi aisi ladkiya lubhati hain?”

In the video, Mukesh Khanna also advised viewers to exercise extreme caution and avoid being duped by internet profiles that ask for users’ nude photos in exchange for money. The actor’s video of himself being cruelly mocked by internet users has gone viral. “Sorry Shaktimaan, this time you’re in the wrong here,” one internet user said. One more inquired, “What if the boy said that?” Even uneducated people will ridicule him with this logic, one response stated.

This is not the first time that Mukesh Khanna has made controversial remarks. He previously faced criticism for remarks he made during the Me Too movement in 2020 that were derogatory. By claiming that “sexual assault and harassment happened only after women started going out to work,” the actor outraged everyone.

On the work front, Mukesh rose to popularity almost overnight for his portrayal of the superhero Shaktimaan. He is well-known for portraying Bhishma Pitamah in the Mahabharat.

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