Neha Dhupia Slammed By Netizens After Her Controversial Statement On 'Roadies Revolution'

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Neha Dhupia received massive backlash on social media after she slammed a contestant for hitting his girlfriend after he found that she was cheating on him.

Written By Siddharth Iyer | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Neha Dhupia is currently one of the 'gang leaders' on the massively popular reality TV show, Roadies Revolution. The actor's latest statement on the reality show, however, sparked controversy. In one of the episodes, Neha Dhupia slammed one of her fellow contestants for slapping his girlfriend when she cheated on him. She also stated that it was her choice to date multiple men but he did not have the right to hit her. After this statement, netizens took to social media to accuse Neha Dhupia of double standards and 'fake feminism'. 

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Netizens disagree with Neha Dhupia's statement on Roadies Revolution

In the latest episode of Roadies Revolution, Neha Dhupia yelled at one of her fellow contestants after she found out that he slapped his cheating girlfriend. Neha Dhupia also claimed that it was the girl's choice to date five men and that the man had no right to stop her. This statement sparked controversy as fans took to social media to accuse the Bollywood actor of hypocrisy and 'fake feminism'.

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