EXCLUSIVE: Kangana Ranaut on Tanushree Dutta, Nana Patekar case: Raja Beta needs to be told the meaning of ‘NO
Kangana Ranaut spoke in detail about Tanushree Dutta and Nana Patekar's controversy. While she did not take sides, the actress did say that the Raja Betas of the world need to be told the meaning of 'NO'.
Tanushree Dutta's shocking claims against Nana Patekar has created a stir in the usually guarded world of Bollywood. The actress revealed recently that while shooting on the sets of Horn Ok Please! (2009), Nana misbehaved with her and when she refused to shoot, Tanushree was hounded by mobs who were after her. While most of the influential men of Bollywood have kept mum on the issue, actresses like Priyanka Chopra and Sonam Kapoor have come in support of Tanushree and her stance.
When we got in touch with Kangana Ranaut, who is known to be no-filters attached, the actress shared EXCLUSIVELY with Pinkvilla, "I am not here to pass judgement. That's neither my place nor my intention. I appreciate her courage to speak about alleged harassment that has been caused to her. It's her and the accused’s fundamental right to speak about their experience of the same situation. Such dialogue is very healthy and it will bring about a lot of awareness. Unfortunately, the way most Indian men are raised by their mothers; they even lack basic etiquettes like lifting the lid before peeing."
"Raja beta needs to be told the meaning of ‘NO’ as well. It's in the interest of society that the Raja betas are told what their parents fail to tell them. They must know that the fundamental human rights are the same for men and women. Trust me, it will be news to some of them. The kind of rape, harassment and teasing news reports we hear every other day, I wonder if some of these zombies out there qualify to be a human. We need to talk about it and we all must share our stories. It will also bring a sense of shame and fear in them as they will know that a girl can stand for herself at any point in time. Our life stories have no expiry date," Kangana continued.
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