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Shekhar Suman Questions The #MeToo Movement, Asks 'Is The Women's Revolution Over'?

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Published:

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  •  After Adhyayan Suman shared his MeToo story on Twitter, it had created a major topic of debate on the involvement of women in the list of sexual predators as well.
  • Recently, his father Shekhar Suman has finally reacted on the MeToo movement asking whether it is dead or alive.

 After Adhyayan Suman shared his MeToo story on Twitter, it had created a major topic of debate on the involvement of women in the list of sexual predators as well. On this issue, Adhyayan’s father and actor Shekhar Suman has finally reacted on the MeToo movement ask whether it is dead or alive. In a series of tweets, Suman opened up about the death of the #MeToo movement, further questioning if the women's revolution is over yet or not. 

Taking to the micro-blogging site Twitter, he wrote “Is the #MeToo movement dead? The din the allegations the cacophony over?The debates over? The headlines gone? Some shamed some sacked others got away scot-free.women’s revolution over?char ‘din’ki chandini phir andheri raat.khoda pahad nikla 4 chuha.”

Read: #MeToo| Adhyayan Suman Says 'When I Shared My Story, People Shamed And Humiliated Me'

Here's the tweet! 

In another tweet, he said "But in the same breath I dont blindly support it... I said it shld not be gender specific. When Adhyayan spoke about it he was shamed n ridiculed.where as when the victim was a woman she was idolized. The predator must be punished whether man or woman.

He also tweeted about his son Adhyayan accusing his ex-girlfriend Kangana Ranaut of torturing and abusing him, when they were together, stating that when his shared his story, people thought that it was because of publicity as he had failed as an actor. 

Read: Citing #MeToo, Kamaal R Khan 'KRK' Says He No Longer Has Any Female Staff In His Office, Then Deletes Post

Here's the tweet! 

Almost a year after the #MeToo movement upended Hollywood, it arrived in India recently with a number of women accusing men of sexual misconduct and harassment. The movement has taken the Bollywood industry by storm with the likes of Tanushree Dutta, Sandhya Mridul, Vinta Nanda opening up about the harassment they suffered at the hands of men. 

 

 

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