Kangana Ranaut Credits Herself With ‘Teaching Feminism In Her Early 20s’ As She Shares This Old Video
It is not a hidden fact by now that actor Kangana Ranaut likes to keep it bold and loud when it comes to her opinion on social media. The actor has never shied away from revealing her real self with her fans on social media. Recently, Kangana went on to share an old video of her appearance on Aamir Khan’s chat show, Satyameva Jayate wherein she can be seen speaking about the wrongful and derogatory portrayal of women in Indian cinema. The actor can be seen alongside Deepika Padukone and Parineeti Chopra in the video. Sharing the video, Kangana also credited herself for teaching feminism in her early twenties.
Talking about the video shared by Kangana Ranaut, the old clip of the 2014 chat show has the actor stating how cinema has a huge impact on the masses. The Tanu Weds Manu Returns actor says how William Shakespeare’s dark characters and stories were presented with a positive light. The actor could be seen adding that how the Indian film industry instead goes downhill while portraying women on the big screen. She says how Indian cinema shows a woman blushing and enjoying when a man calls her derogatory terms like ‘Tandoori Chicken’ or when he plays with her dupatta.
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