Devoleena Bhattacharjee has reacted to the recent incident of harassment involving a Japanese woman in Delhi on Holi.
Devoleena Bhattacharjee saying that such incidents are wrong and do not matter when or where they happen.
Misbehaviour with women and girls is wrong.
Devoleena Bhattacharjee has responded to the recent Holi-related harassment incident in Delhi involving a Japanese woman. The actor declared on Twitter that such actions are terrible regardless of whether they take place during a festival.
In Hindi, she tweeted, “No matter when or where it occurs, misbehavior toward women and girls is terrible. No matter the victim’s or offender’s religion, or whether it occurs during a festival, it is still wrong. One or more women are tortured and mistreated every day. Do you offer them any assistance at all? Do you even raise your voice in opposition to daily rapes, molestation, and assaults?”
She also tweeted, “Celebrate all the festivals, from all religions. Because those who wish to do wrong, will do so anyway. Be it here or in any other country…”
Devoleena also discussed a video in which her brother-in-law is shown abusing a little girl. Some of these videos are two or three years old, she stated. For instance, the one involving the sister- and brother-in-law. Whatever transpired in that video didn’t sit well with me. Regrettably, the video was recorded and shared online when her sister and numerous other family were present.
At a private ceremony, Devoleena wed Shanwaz Shaikh in December of the previous year. Later, she published images from their wedding to proclaim her marriage. After that, the pair received criticism for their interfaith union from some people. In a series of tweets, Devoleena had reacted angrily and referred to the comments as toxic.
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