Mumbai: After being closely trolled for her remark that appeared like she was defending a woman for cheating in a relationship, actress Neha Dhupia on Saturday took to social media to defend herself. She posted a prolonged assertion, declaring she has been misinterpreted.
The controversy began after a current episode of the continuing season of “MTV Roadies Revolution”, whereby Neha, who’s a gang chief, reprimanded a male contestant for slapping a woman, for allegedly cheating on him with 5 different boys. She additionally defended the woman saying so far as cheating goes, “it is her alternative”.
Neha’s perspective, nevertheless, didn’t discover favour with netizens, with many customers alleging she was a “pretend feminist”.
Responding to the trolls, Neha wrote: “Roadies is a present that I’ve been part of for 5 years and loved each little bit of it. It takes me all over India and provides me the chance to staff up with absolute rock stars from all elements of the nation. What I don’t like or settle for is what is going on for greater than two weeks now! Recently throughout one of many episodes that aired, I took a stand towards violence.
“A man talked about his accomplice who cheated on him (allegedly) and in retaliation, he hit her by his personal admission. What the woman did is a alternative she made which is an ethical alternative no matter somebody, man or girl… adultery is an ethical alternative. Cheating just isn’t one thing I stand for, and it’s unlucky that I’ve been misrepresented for a similar… however what I do stand for is ladies’s security.”
She additionally acknowledged how trolls have affected her relations.
“Sadly, as a response to my opinion, I’ve been subjected to weeks of vitriol. One of my posts had over 56okay feedback! Yet I used to be silent however now folks near me who don’t have anything to do with this – my household, my buddies, my co-workers and even my dad’s private WhatsApp are being flooded with abuses and harassment. My daughter’s web page is nothing lower than a barrage of abuses and this isn’t acceptable to me,” Neha added.
“What a person or a girl does in a relationship is their alternative and ethical decisions are at all times ambiguous. But it doesn’t matter what they’re, they can not result in bodily abuse. I stand by the truth that NO MATTER WHAT … bodily abuse or assault just isn’t acceptable. Obviously, a person’s bodily energy is much more than ladies and gender-based violence towards ladies is a big drawback in our nation and the world over… I urge folks, whether or not a person or girl, to coach themselves about home violence… If you are a sufferer of abuse, please rise up for your self. You aren’t alone,” she concluded.