During the event, Vidya said, “I will say this that I have been in films since the last 12 years and have never been propositioned. I have not given anyone the space to say something remotely uncomfortable to me. If I felt something creepy, I would walk away. Having said that, this was not my bread and butter. I lived with my family and I didn’t have to worry about the rent or food. So, I could walk away.”
“I made sure that I didn’t come across as vulnerable or someone who was desperate to do a job. I made sure that people knew if I got that job, I would deliver my best but was not desperate for it,” she added.
this comment didn’t go down well with Ambarsariya singer Sona Mohaptra and she
BLASTED Vidya for her comment in her tweet which read, “According to what Vidya
is telling us here, U get abused/raped ONLY when U are weak, un-fed, bad at ur
job or even better 'desperate'? #fail (sic).”
even supported Mallika Dua where her father Vinod Dua said he would screw
Akshay Kumar for below the belt comment on his daughter.
Of 'casual sexism' of the Superstar kind & some not 'so casual' & how we are 'trained' to take such in our stride. https://t.co/knA8YPUdAm— SONA (@sonamohapatra) October 27, 2017
Now, if Vidya Balan decides to reply to Sona, we are sure this controversy too will not die down soon.