Not just men, many times women are themselves the promoter of patriarchal society. They tend to insult, shame, and harass other women to satisfy their own egos. Rather than uplifting other women, they become the flag-bearers of patriarchy and make an attempt to shame other women.
While this happens in many household families, we were left disappointed when actor Kangana Ranaut pulled down other women, to defend herself against a regressive derogatory comment.
Though we loved the fact that Kangana stood against the derogatory remark but in the process to do so, she made another disparaging remark at other women. Kangana defended herself against the former minster Panse’s derogatory comment by pulling down Alia, Deepika, and Katrina.
Former minister Sukhdev Panse referred to Kangana Ranaut as a ‘naachney gaane wali‘.
Firstly, it is so disappointing that Mr. Panse believes that being a dancer is an abuse. How could we shame a woman for being independent and pursuing her dance passion? Then we were disappointed when rather than calling out Panse’s problematic tweet, she toot her horn and implied that Deepika, Alia, or Katrina are ‘naachney gaane wali’, not her.
How can a woman, who promotes herself as a feminist, deride the other woman; We wonder if Kangana realizes that in the quest to answer back Mr. Panse, she put herself in the same league as that of Mr. Panse.
There are many netizens, who came forward and expressed their disappointment with Kangana’s hypocrisy.
A real queen doesn’t need to pull down other women to feel like a queen. She doesn’t need to insult other women to raise herself up! Do let us know what you think?