Ahead of the release of her new film, Manikarnika, Bollywood top actress Kangana Ranaut trolled over by the comments made by Rani Mukherjee. Kangana Ranaut has opened up the #Metoo movement and detailed about it how it changed the landscape of her upcoming flick. Kangana, who had accused the director of her National Award winning “Queen” on his inappropriate behaviour said that the complexion of these sexual harassments were changed after ME TOO exposed most of the influential celebs.
Recently Rani Mukherjee said that Women should be taught Martial arts to keep themselves safe as a troll of what Kangana said before. Kangana said that women needs to be responsible for her own safety and also said that it is sad that Rani Mukherjee had trolled her comments.
Kangana, citing her own experience, reiterated that you cannot expect other person to be responsible for your own safety. She recollected the moment when someone in public pinched her butt and looked at her like “What you are going to do?” She suggested all girls not to say “May be” when they have to say “No”. She told that your safety doesn’t mean you should know taikwando or Karate. It also mean that you can go to someone whom you trust like teacher, friend, uncle and then find a Journalist or police to expose the guilty.