Shah Rukh Khan’s Daughter Suhana Khan Drops A Cryptic Post On ‘Misogyny’, After Deepika Padukone, Sara Get Summons From NCB

Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter Suhana Khan drops a cryptic post on ‘misogyny’ amid NCB probing the alleged drug nexus of Bollywood. Suhana’s post comes while B-Town actresses’ Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, and others are summoned by NCB, for questioning. Check it out!

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Shah Rukh Khan’s Daughter Suhana Khan Drops A Cryptic Post On ‘Misogyny’, After Deepika Padukone, Sara Get Summons From NCB
Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter Suhana Khan dropped a cryptic post on ‘misogyny’ amid NCB probing the alleged drug nexus of Bollywood. The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) is probing the alleged drug nexus of Bollywood, in connection to actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case. After SSR’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty’s arrest, the names of several Bollywood celebrities came under the NCB scanner. Later, actor Deepika Padukone’s name also surfaced after her alleged drug chats asking for ‘maal’ ‘hash’ were found.  Suhana’s post comes while B-Town actresses’ Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, and others are summoned by NCB, for questioning.

Taking to her Instagram stories, Suhana Khan re-posted a post on misogyny shared by a social media account. Sharing the post, Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter wrote, “the double standards are scary.” As Suhana shared her opinion in the post, the post she shared, it read, “Misogyny is not only conscious hate towards women, it's also subconscious conditioned hateful behaviour towards women. You don't have to consciously think you hate women but ask yourself why when a woman does something you feel more triggered than if it was done by a man."

Suhana Khan’s post talks about how misogyny is not only conscious hate towards women, but it's also subconscious conditioned hateful behaviour toward women. With Bollywood under the NCB scanner currently, Suhana Khan’s cryptic post is hard-hitting but also brings a person’s attention as to what she meant by it, keeping in mind that she constantly shares happy pictures and videos on her Instagram with her friends.
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Shah Rukh Khan's daughter Suhana Khan's Instagram stories

Meanwhile,  Suhana Khan who is pursuing her higher education from the US is currently at home, making the most of her time with family, during the quarantine break. On the other hand, speaking of the NCB probing the alleged Bollywood drug nexus, actor Rakul Preet Singh was at the agency office in Mumbai joining the investigation. Also Read: Sherlyn Chopra Attacks Deepika Padukone Again In NCD Drug Probe, Tweets, 'Drugs Ka Sevan Nahi Karte To Lawyers Ki Zaroorat Kyun Padi'





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International Men’s Day 2020: Throwback To 2019 When Late Sushant Singh Rajput Had Tweeted 'Men Too Have Emotions' And 'It's Okay To Cry'

On International Men’s day 2020, here’s a throwback video shared by late actor Sushant Singh Rajput saying that men too have emotions. SSR had tweeted the video last year saying how it’s okay for men to cry. Check it out!

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International Men’s Day 2020: Throwback To 2019 When Late Sushant Singh Rajput Had Tweeted 'Men Too Have Emotions' And 'It's Okay To Cry'
International Men’s Day 2020 falls on November 19 i.e today. The first International Men’s day was celebrated back in 1992 and is celebrated every year, ever since in more than 80 countries across the world. Every year, a particular theme is followed. And, this year, the theme stands for better health for men and boys. On International Men’s day 2020, here’s a throwback video shared by late actor Sushant Singh Rajput where he said that men too have emotions. SSR had tweeted the video last year saying how it’s okay for men to cry.

The irony is that Sushant, last year, had made a tweet saying that men too have emotions and that it is okay to be man enough to feel. Sharing a video of an army officer, Sushant had penned, "Men have emotions too so don't be shy to cry.  It's okay to let it out and not hold it inside. It's not a weakness but a sign of strength. Be man enough to feel. Feeling is human."

Not just this, even in his last film Chhichhore that made it to the theatres, Sushant's character of Anni spoke about how suicide is not the solution to anything and that one should learn how to deal with failure and move forward in life. Sadly, Sushant could not cope with all that life threw at him and he decided to take his own life.


Sushant Singh Rajput

Sushant Singh Rajput

Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his Mumbai apartment on June 14. It’s been over five months since his sudden and untimely demise. The actor’s death case is currently under investigation. (Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Shekhar Kapur Claims He Knew The 'People Who Let Him Down'; Says The Late Actor Used To Weep On His Shoulder)



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SP Balasubrahmanyam Passes Away: Salman Khan Aka Prem Mourns The Death Of Singer Who Was His Voice In The 90s

SP Balasubrahmanyam is no more. Salman Khan took to his Twitter handle to express grief. The noted singer has been the voice of Salman in the '90s and was most loved.

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SP Balasubrahmanyam Passes Away: Salman Khan Aka Prem Mourns The Death Of Singer Who Was His Voice In The 90s
One more legend has left for his heavenly abode. Singer SP Balasubrahmanyam breathed his last after putting up a brave fight against Coronavirus. The singer tested positive for COVID-19 on August 5 and ever since then, he had been in the hospital. His health deteriorated over the past few days and he was put on maximal life support. Today, reports emerged that he is no more. Many celebrities like Riteish Deshmukh, Akshay Kumar and others took to their respective social media handles to mourn his death. Now, Salman Khan too has expressed grief.

In the 90s, SP Balasubrahmanyam was said to be Salman Khan's voice. The legendary singer sang many songs for Salman that actually took the actor's career to the next level. From Mere Rang Mein Rangne Wali from Maine Pyar Kiya to Pehla Pehla Pyar from Hum Aapke Hain Koun, SP Balasubrahmanyam did playback for many beautiful songs picturised on Salman Khan. So taking to his Twitter handle, Salman Khan wrote, "Heartbroken to hear about #SPBalasubrahmanyam sir... you will forever live on in your undisputed legacy of music! condolence to the family #RIP."

Just yesterday, Salman had posted an emotional tweet saying, "Bala Subramaniam sir . All the strength hope wishes from the bottom of my heart to a speedy recovery n thank u for every song u sang fr me n made special your dil dewana hero prem, Love u sir."




On the other hand, music maestro AR Rahman wrote that he is devastated over the news of the singer's passing away. Akshay Kumar, who is currently in the UK shooting for his film, wrote "Deeply saddened to hear about the demise of Balasubrahmanyam Ji. Just a few months back I’d interacted with him during a virtual concert in this lockdown..he seemed hale, hearty & his usual legendary self...life is truly unpredictable. My thoughts & prayers with his family#RIPSPB."  (Also Read: SP Balasubrahmanyam Passes Away: Akshay Kumar, Riteish Deshmukh, AR Rahman And Others Mourn The Loss)



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