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It all started with Preity Zinta giving an interview to a journalist for her upcoming movie, Bhaiaji Superhit. She was asked about her own #MeToo story, to which she replied, “No. Though, I wish I had... at least I would have an answer for you.” She went on to add, “People treat you the way you want to be treated.” This was enough to invite backlash, as people termed her comments as ‘insensitive’.
My reason for saying ‘I wish something like this would have happened to me’ in the film industry with a smile was because I would have reacted and slapped the person. So it never happened and much later when it happened I did react & the whole world saw it.
The reason I was smiling in the interview was because it’s an interview & I was doing movie promotions. The reason I don’t want this movement diluted with false accusations is because my brother went through it and eventually shot himself. Women should not be victim shamed and should be encouraged to come forward but men can not be automatically vilified either. If the #MeToo movement has to really be the change then men have to support it too.
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