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Women don’t have a right to torment menActress Pooja Bedi has slammed a commercial about an OTT platform that includes Dil Bechara actress Sanjana Sanghi for allegedly normalizing home violence in opposition to males. The idea hasn’t gone down effectively the netizens together with Pooja Bedi who has additionally questioned, “What if a person was slapping a lady on this commercial?” Additionally Learn – From Rashmika Mandanna to Sanjana Sanghi: 9 women who grew to become the nationwide crush in a single day

Within the commercial, Sanjana’s character will be seen aggressively slapping her supposed boyfriend in 8 instances to resolve which film they need to on the OTT platform. The boy appears horrified whereas the lady enjoys the pleasure of slapping him. She continues to slap the boy till he shouts ‘cease’ on the eighth slap which makes her resolve that they may watch the eighth present on the OTT platform. Additionally Learn – Om first look: Aditya Roy Kapur’s desi and massy avatar will make you whistle and cheer

“Completely HORRIFIED 2 watch this advt. Home violence in opposition to males is NOT acceptable. What if a person was slapping a lady on this advt? This could NEVER CLEAR a promoting board! #males have rights! #domesticviolence,” Pooja Bedi tweeted tagging Rekha Sharma (Chairperson, Nationwide Fee for Girls), Union Minister Smriti Irani, and a males rights activist, Amit Deshpande. Additionally Learn – OM – The Battle Inside: Dil Bechara’s Sanjana Sanghi roped in reverse Aditya Roy Kapur within the motion film

The mentioned advert was tweeted from Lionsgate Play’s official Twitter deal with a caption that reads, “Are you going this loopy whereas choosing what to observe? We have got an answer to your confusion!”

Many individuals have additionally slammed the advert calling it sexist and alleged that it was selling home violence in opposition to males.

After receiving extreme backlash, the OTT platform eliminated the advert from their Twitter deal.

Beforehand, Pooja had stood up for males’ rights after tv actor and singer Karan Oberoi was arrested on fees of raping and blackmailing a lady. She had mentioned the legal guidelines that exist to guard the voice of rape victims must be utilized in an accountable method by girls.

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