Ramanand Sagar's great-granddaughter Sakshi Chopra is quite popular on social media as she often breaks the internet with her piping-hot photos. The model- actor never fails to make headlines every time she drops her seminude and braless pictures. Sakshi, on Thursday, shared a photo of her where she goes topless while recalling the old time when women wore saris without blouses. Chopra in her body positivity post mentioned that before India was colonized men and women both used to roam bare-chested.
Taking to her Instagram handle, the model shared a series of pictures alongside a lengthy note that read, “before india was colonized women wore saris without blouses, men & women both roamed bare chested.” Her post further read, “today in society women get criticized, judged for what is so natural. look at tribes - living on an island where everyone is used to seeing this, it is not sexualized, just a way of being. it’s natural. yet we judge harshly as this goes against society’s norms. along with it being natural some pretend as though we are not all sexual beings, this is the human experience. i will not be slut shamed by anyone, i will not be defined by your sexist beliefs. i am happy, i feel free.” ALSO READ: Ramanand Sagar's Great-Granddaughter Sakshi Chopra Gets TROLLED For Showing Off Her CLEAVAGE In A Revealing Outfit: ‘Besharm Kya Pehna Hai Tune’
In the pictures, some old paintings depicted women wearing saris without blouses. The first clicked showed the model posing in just underwear showing off her butt and cleavage.
For the unversed, Sakshi Chopra is the daughter of popular TV producer Meenakshi Sagar. Her grandfather Ramanand Sagar was widely known for making the mythological show Ramayana, which aired between 1987 and 1988 on DD National. Sakshi completed her education in London and studied filmmaking at The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute in California, USA.
Image source: Sakshi Chopra Instagram