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After Sussanne Khan, now Apurva Asrani has something surreptitious to contend about Kangana Ranaut?
Kangana Ranaut has set tongues wagging after her bomb talk with Rajat Sharma, where she spoke about Hrithik Roshan and her purported attribute with him, Aditya Pancholi and more. She also non-stop adult about Apurva Asrani in a new interview, and Asrani took to Twitter and wrote a mysterious tweet.
Apurva had a really open argument with Kangana over a pity of essay credits for arriving film Simran. Apurva, who also featured in Kangana’s prolonged review on a discuss show, tweeted, “All’s satisfactory in love, fight film promotions. Even pretentious recklessness to recover box bureau success contingency be celebrated enjoyed as entertainment.”
Today when we got in hold with Apurva to know what his greeting on Kangana articulate about him, he said, “It was finished and dusted for me. Clearly, she wants to give me some-more publicity. I’d most rather we concentration on a smashing story that Simran is and not on all these conflicts one has with several people.”
Meanwhile, Apurva Asrani took to Facebook to share a note. It reads as follows:
“I’m frigging sleepy of this call of pseudo-feminism that has swept a timelines and we wish to call it out once for all. Because women who disobey a boundary of goodness satisfactory play by observant ‘men did it, so since can’t we?’ usually devalue a problem.
As a happy man, we have suffered patriarchy all my life. But today, we also humour a pseudo feminists, who hearten gleefully when a lady commits a crime.
The others, like open examination a bullfighter and a distracted bull, don’t caring about right or wrong, they usually extol when they see blood.
We have spin a multitude that celebrates a lady for being a ‘rule breaker’, though shames a male for a same. You forget that this violation of rules, irrespective of gender, has a distant deeper effect. It tramples on a lives of trusting people–those that we weakly write off a material damage. I’m not ok with that.
I have seen many inclusive women reporters applaud these so called ‘rule breakers’ and we wish to ask them this question, ‘are we questioning thoroughly? Are we seeking a formidable questions?? Or are we slicing someone tardy since she’s also a woman? Because she is prepared to do conflict where we can’t, will we spin a blind eye to where she could indeed be wrong?? Shouldn’t we be holding both sexes equally accountable??’
I’m not ok with women settling scores with group by secretly claiming they molested them. I’m not ok with women who can’t hoop being damaged adult with and afterwards manipulate a universe to contrition a man.
And lastly, I’m not with film makers removing bullied and writers removing fucked over only since we are an outspoken woman. Injustice is injustice. Period.”