Soha Ali Khan Reacts To #MeToo Movement, Says It Takes A Lot Of Courage To Stand Up

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After the Tanushree Dutta - Nana Patekar case, the Me Too movement has officially begun. Recently, Soha Ali Khan reacted to Bollywood Me Too movement

Written By Snehal Kataruka | Mumbai | Updated On:

In the last couple of days, the Hindi film industry has witnessed a lot, ever since Tanushree Dutta revealed about her past and accused veteran actor Nana Patekar of alleged misconduct on the sets of the 2008 film 'Horn OK Pleassss', she has instigated a lot of wronged women to speak up and share their stories. After Hollywood, Bollywood is experiencing the Me Too movement and slowly women that have experienced any kind of harassment are speaking up. 

Read : Instead Of #MeToo, It Should Be #YouToo For Men: Shilpa Shetty

After the Tanushree Dutta - Nana Patekar row, Bollywood personalities like Vikas Bahl, Kailash Kher, and Rajat Kapoor have been accused of Sexual harassment and misconduct. Speaking of the Me Too movement, actress Soha Ali Khan reacted to it and said, 

"It's wonderful that the women are speaking out it's very difficult to sometimes be a woman in a country like India. They go through a lot on a daily basis and certain things we have just accepted, as to be harassed on a regular basis whether your on a train or your at work wether your in the film industry or in a bank you have just accepted it, you have been taught to brush it under the carpet and you have been taught that you will be a difficult person to work with and we have all moved on with our lives. It takes a lot of courage to stand up and say that I want to tell my story and women need to be supported, women need to be encouraged when they do that. So its a wonderful thing that it's been spoken about, that it's been accepted I don't know what consequences are going to take place if any then I hope there will be some consequences because at the end of the day it's what people want to see, a change, that what this whole movement is about so without saying anything else I completely stand in support of any woman who wants to share her story.''

Read | Union Minister For Women And Child Development Maneka Gandhi Backs #MeToo Movement



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