VIRAL! Lara Dutta Says Menopause Is Not Given Due Importance, Feels Women Don't Have Access To Proper Physical, Medical Facilities-Internet REACTS

Lara Dutta in a recent interview raised awareness about menopause and stated that in India majority of women don't have access to proper physical and medical healthcare facilities

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VIRAL! Lara Dutta Says Menopause Is Not Given Due Importance, Feels Women Don't Have Access To Proper Physical, Medical Facilities-Internet REACTS
Bollywood actress Lara Dutta is winning hearts on social media, courtesy of, her raising awareness about menopause. The actress recently attended an event organized by pharma company Abbott to launch ‘The Next Chapter’, a campaign to learn more about menopause and help women prepare for and manage their symptoms. On the stage, Lara spoke about how menopause is not given due importance in society. She asserted that in India, the majority of women don't even have access to proper physical and medical healthcare facilities.

The Partner actress shared her photos and videos from the event where she talked about women suffering due to menopause and how this aspect is neglected. Videos of Lara’s empowering speech are doing the rounds on social media with netizens lauding the actress to initiate a conversation on menopause. Reacting to her viral video, one fan wrote, “Thank you for spreading awareness on menopause.” Another user said, “Very true we should talk about different phases of hormonal cycle more power to you lady.” ALSO READ: Lara Dutta REACTS To A Fan’s Comment ‘Meko Laga Hum Jaise Log Hi Garib Hote Hai’ For Not Changing Her Phone Cover In Years


In a statement, Dutta shared, “Being on stage and listening to the panel of doctors has been an eye-opener for me as well. I know this even when I was a goodwill ambassador for the UN that women's health and wellness is barely discussed in the way that it should. In our country, unfortunately, the majority of women don't even have access to proper physical and medical healthcare facilities to even reproductive health, forget about anything else.”

Adding to this, the 44-year-old actress mentioned that “menopause is back on the burner as a priority.”

Meanwhile, Lara Dutta made a comeback to acting after embracing motherhood with the Zee5 comedy show Kaun Banegi Shikharwati. She was last seen in the web show 'Hiccups and Hookups.