‘Siddharth’s anti-feminist reference’; Notice of the Women’s Commission to the actor
Controversial tweet against Indian badminton player Saina Nehwal by South Indian film star Siddharth huge protest against him. The Women’s Commission said that the word used by Siddharth was anti-feminist. Later, a notice was sent to the actor. Saina’s husband Parupalli Kashyap, National Commission for Women chairperson Rekha Sharma and BJP leader and film star Khushboo have also come out against Siddharth.
It all started with Saina tweeting in support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Saina tweeted that she was protesting the detention of the Prime Minister in Punjab. As the tweet says … ” No country can say it is safe if it compromises the security of its own prime minister. I condemn the matter with the strongest word possible. This is a cowardly attack on Prime Minister Modi by anarchists, “said Saina.
Siddharth retweeted this. There was a note with that. It was a word in the note that trapped Siddharth. Following the controversy over the tweet, Siddharth came up with an explanation. Siddharth has explained the circumstances under which the word was used and where it came from. Siddharth also tweeted that it should not be misinterpreted.
But many do not listen to the explanation. The celebrities reacted harshly against the star. Ithir Rekha Sharma’s tweet got a lot of attention. They asked Twitter India why Siddharth’s account was being maintained. ” He needs to learn some lessons. Why is this Twitter account still being maintained? ” Rekha asked.
Khushboo also took the stage against the star. “Sid, you are my friend. I never expected a statement like this from you. No one will be proud of you. Khushboo clarified, “Do not harbor hatred towards one person.” Kashyap was not idle either. ” This tweet hurts us. You can comment. But you can use a little more polite words. I think you used these words without any hesitation. ” But Kashyap also used the hashtag which means never. Cricketer Suresh Raina also came out in support of Saina.
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