Ayushmann Khurrana: Men should know what agree is

Ayushmann KhurranaAyushmann Khurrana Badhaai Ho actor Ayushmann Khurrana reacted to a #MeToo debate that has collected transformation in India, generally in Bollywood.

Actor Ayushmann Khurrana has upheld a #MeToo transformation by observant that group should know what agree is. Ayushmann visited a PVR Citi Mall here on Saturday to know a audience’s greeting for his latest film Badhaai Ho.

Reacting to a #MeToo debate that has collected transformation in India, generally in Bollywood, Ayushmann told media: “The #MeToo transformation is a good movement, though during a same time, we feel both parties should be given equal opportunities to share their comment and to infer their innocence. Having pronounced that, we feel women should be reputable and they shouldn’t be harassed.”

“There should be difficult manners during each workplace. It is not usually about workplace, though we consider that a formula of control should be followed in each globe of society, be it a family or where we live.”

Union Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi has announced a arrangement of a cabinet of 4 late judges and a counsel to inspect all issues emanating from #MeToo, a transformation opposite passionate harassment.

Actors like Aamir Khan, Akshay Kumar and Hrithik Roshan have also taken a organisation mount opposite their colleagues, who have been indicted in passionate nuisance cases.

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Asked either these kind of measures are required to quell nuisance during workplace, Ayushmann said: “I consider we should have taken these measures prolonged time ago, though whatever measures we have taken are positively correct.

“Women should feel protected either it’s in broadcasting or infrequently we go to shoot, a films are in outside locations. We fire there compartment late nights and not a singular lady should feel vulnerable there and group should know what agree is and but that, we can't do anything to anyone.”

“No one can hold other chairman but his or her agree and if anyone does that, afterwards despotic transformation should be taken opposite that individual.” The #MeToo transformation gained transformation in India after singer Tanushree Dutta indicted maestro actor Nana Patekar of harassment.

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