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Swara Bhaskar’s Confession- “I Like being in Limelight”

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Swara Bhaskar’s Confession- “I Like being in Limelight”

Neha Singh March 14, 2018
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Swara Bhaskar has become a controversy queen. She again gained the limelight in last few days for her open letter slamming Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavat.

Ahe again took to Twitter and wrote, “मुझे#limelight में रहना अच्छा लगता है, इसलिए मैं #controversy create करती हूं। p.s. i hate Balraj!!!!! @BalrajSyal???

Well, Swara made this statement accepting a dare given by Balraj when she appeared on Colors Channel, Entertainment Ki Raat. During the episode Balraj roasted Swara for her open letter controversy on which the bold lady told Balraj that she is not afraid of controversies but rather she loves them. Here at this point, Balraj dared to challenge her which Swara accepted sportingly.

Swara was then trolled for her tweet as her fans didn’t expect such a comment from her end. One user commented: “Lmao… Finally Yu accepted the truth”, while her fans were not expecting such a tweet. Immediately, Raghu Ram took to Twitter and said,

Hahaha! What a sport @ReallySwara! Respect #EntertainmentKiRaathttps://t.co/UACaUjJC29

For those who have no clue of her open letter,

She wrote a letter offending the climax scene where Deepika Padukone potraying Rani Padmavati commits herself to fire to protect her honour. She pointed:

Women have the right to live, despite being raped sir.Women have the right to live, despite the death of their husbands, male ‘protectors’, ‘owners’, ‘controllers of their sexuality’.. whatever you understand the men to be.

Women have the right to live — independent of whether men are living or not.

Women have the right to live. Period.

Women are not only walking talking vaginas.

Yes, women have vaginas, but they have more to them as well. So their whole life need not be focused on the vagina, and controlling it, protecting it, maintaining it’s purity. (Maybe in the 13th century that was the case, but in the 21st century we do not need to subscribe to these limiting ideas. We certainly do not need to glorify them. )

It would be nice if the vaginas are respected; but in the unfortunate case that they are not, a woman can continue to live. She need not be punished with death, because another person disrespected her vagina without her consent.

There is life outside the vagina, and so there can be life after rape. (I know I repeat, but this point can never be stressed enough.)

In general there is more to life than the vagina.

Well, that was really controversial. Hope to see the talented actress very soon with her new and bold projects.

 

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