Kangana Ranaut and Rhea Chakraborty are two women on opposite sides of the same story. But are they any different?
Kangana Ranaut is shaming and name calling another woman without the consideration of how grossly wrong their words and acts are.
Shantasree Sarkar claims that amidst the “trauma” she was facing on “how a woman is shamed publicly,” she “was even punished for not bringing out biased stories.”
In the way that people reacted to her t-shirt and personality online lies the answer to what patriarchy has to do with Rhea Chakraborty’s case.
This morning, it was reported that Chakraborty and her brother had named 25 “top Bollywood celebrities” from the film industry to the NCB, which will be issuing a summons to them.
“Dr Tarun Kumar appears to have prescribed medication controlled under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 to the Deceased without any consultation as mandated by Law,” the complaint stated.
The media should look in the mirror and stop fanning the flames.- Producers Guild of India.
It is requested that the media may please confirm details from a CBI spokesperson before quoting CBI, said CBI spokesperson R K Gaur.
Lakshmi Manchu, Vidya Balan, Shibani Dandekar, Taapsee Pannu, Zoya Akhtar and many others have come out in support of Rhea Chakraborty.
Why is Vidya Balan being trolled? Is it wrong to ask that we let the law take its course? Or that a citizen gets her basic constitutional rights?
Let’s show some respect for the constitutional rights of a citizen and let the law take its course, wrote Balan.
Are these stars so fearful of falling out of public favour that they can’t stand for what’s right anymore?