Twitterati lauds Farah Khan for standing in solidarity with the victims in Sajid Khan harassment case

Farah Khan was lauded on Twitter for her stand against her reaction to brother Sajid Khan's sexual harassment allegations. Read what the netizens have to say.
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Me Too movement has taken the internet by storm and women are on a rampant speaking out against the sexual predators. Amongst those who have been accused in the movement, some names have left everyone stunned. Several biggies from the industry including Nana Patekar, Alok Nath, Vikas Bahl, Sajid Khan, Bhushan Kumar, Vinod Dua have been alleged for sexual misconduct in separate cases by women from all walks of life. Among others, filmmaker Sajid Khan, who has directed many films including the Housefull franchise, has been accused of sexual harassment by three women including a journalist and an actor.

This incident has garnered reactions from people known to Sajid including his family and those who have worked with him. His sister Farah Khan too reacted to the allegations saying she is shocked and if true, she doesn't know how will Sajid ever make this right. In a tweet, she wrote, “This is a heartbreaking time for my family. We have to work through some very difficult issues. If my brother has behaved in this manner, he has a lot to atone for. I don’t, in any way, endorse this behaviour and stand in solidarity with any woman who has been hurt.”

Farah’s stand on the accusations is being widely appreciated by the netizens who have said that it takes so much of courage to go against your loved ones and family members in public discourse.

Here are a few tweets:

Tanushree Dutta became the flag-bearer of this movement as she was the first one to come out in open and speak against sexual harassment she faced on the sets of Horn Ok Pleasss in 2008. She has accused Nana Patekar in this regard.


She has no other option left

That's a very obvious thing to do, nothing to laud about

Those r paid tweets

OK kangana

Well, if we think about it, it's the very LEAST she could do.

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