Famous people Raghu Ram, Rannvijay Singha and Prince Narula have met up and raised their voice against foul play confronted by ladies. They have a message for every one of the ladies – stand up and talk up for yourself.
Performer Saloni Chopra, who is seen in “MTV Girls On Top”, demonstrated some valor and stood firm for oppression ladies in the last scene. She spared a young lady from being attacked and battled all chances for the reason for ladies segregation.
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In the same vein, Rannvijay, Raghu and Prince Narula showed their support.
Rannvijay said: “Men in India feel that masculinity is all about showing your power and molesting or raping a woman. The real man stands up and speaks up against injustice. It is time to speak up.”
Chandigarh-based Prince Narula, who won controversial reality show “Bigg Boss Nau”, shared that it is “really important” to speak up.
He said: “If you do not speak up, nobody will understand your plight. It is very upsetting to see guys who make women feel uncomfortable. It is time to stand up and speak up.”
To this, Raghu added: “Indian women need to learn the fact that freedom and power is never given. They need to fight for it”…….