Renuka Shahane Calls Out Suchitra Krishnamoorthi For Mentioning 'sex Workers' And 'criminals' In 'one Bracket', The Two Resolve It Amicably On Twitter

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Renuka Shahane and Suchitra Krishnamoorthi get into war of words as the latter mentions 'sex workers' and 'criminals' in the same bracket. Here's what happened -

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:

On Tuesday, 'Hum Aapke Hai Kaun' actress Renuka Shahane and 'Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa' actress Suchitra Krishnamoorthi had a 'dialogue' on Twitter after the latter mentioned 'criminals' and 'sex workers' in the 'same bracket'.

Suchitra used a derrogatory word for 'sex workers' in her tweet and said: "Amma always said ‘Money is not everything.Even criminals and w***** have money. What matters is not money but character and integrity’. I truly truly understand her words only today. Jeez ive never felt more proud of my middle class roots.”

Renuka immediately responded to her tweet and went on to clarify that one should not compare criminals to sex workers. She continued to make the difference clear in her tweets, after which, Suchitra wrote back to her: "Yup good point @renukash Agree with u totally. And for this tweet i love & respect u more than ever @renukash  Big hugs. Lets all keep talking - dialogue & communication is the key 💕" [sic] 

Suchitra who took Renuka's opinion sportingly said, "Yup good point @renukash Agree with u totally. But if uve been following my tweets on #pramodgoenka abduction u'll see the context i use the word in." [sic]. The matter ended in a very amicable manner when Renuka responded: "Big hugs @suchitrak Love you too & you know it."

On Wednesday morning, Suchitra took to her Twitter and wrote that her mother in not on Twitter and she has no idea that she is a topic of discussion right now. 

 

 

 

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