I Would Like To Apologise, Says Twinkle Khanna For Her Comments On Akshay Kumar-Mallika Dua Controversy
Fri, 03 Nov 2017 19:25:15 GMT+0530
Akshay Kumar and Mallika Dua's controversy has been dragging on since a long time. After Twinkle Khanna blasted Mallika for blowing the whole controversy out of proportion, now it seems she has come up with an apology. Read on to know..
Akshay Kumar and Mallika Dua have been making it to the headlines, thanks to Akshay’s comment aimed at the lady, "Mallika Ji, aap ghanti bajao main apko bajata hoon.
Now, Twinkle has come up with a clarification, and it seems as if she is apologising to Mallika. Check it out:
As I reflect on my actions this past week, I realize that I got pulled into this debate not as a social commentator but as a wife and unlike my normal, slightly rational self, my reaction was purely emotional and without perspective, and I have been rather miserable about it ever since.
I would like to apologize to everyone who felt that I was trivializing the cause of feminism especially because I strongly believe in equality and have been a feminist from the time I was a young woman, much before I even knew the term.
I think this came at a point where I was already reeling from an onslaught of abuse against various members of my family, which started with vicious and personal comments about my mother and went on to a widely shared open letter where the writer as a comeback for my comments about Karva Chauth tried to fling muck at every single member of my family. So when in this latest episode regarding my husband, my five-year-old was also dragged in for something that she had absolutely nothing to do with, I reached breaking point. And with my protective instincts in overdrive, I reacted irrationally with the only tools I have that help me retain my sanity in this fishbowl existence -words and lame jokes -though they have got me into trouble often enough in the past as well.
Once while embroiled in an earlier controversy (the story of my life it seems), I had written that a wise woman keeps her hands firmly in her pockets and does not accidentally unzip anything including her mouth. I am not this woman clearly, but I am going to try to be a little wiser from now on.