Posted on 01 Jan, 1970 05:30 am
Controversies and Kangana has often grabbed buzz of film industry. This bold beauty spoke bluntly about her relationship with Hritik Roshan and stand proudly on the debate of nepotism. People have started calling her man-hater but she is completely disagree with the statement.
"I am not a man-hater. I am not sure when I became a feminist. The whole perception of inequality and one of being inferior to the other is so bizarre for me to come to terms with that I can't understand it. The law of universal equality makes me look like a feminist but I feel feminism is a sorry state to be in for any society. Because you are lacking something and feminism is acting like a medicine to that illness or disease," Kangana said.
She further added, "We should be a healthy society and bring equality. It is bizarre that people believe one section is less than the other. We should not have it (feminism) at all," she said at an event.
When asked about the film industry being male- dominated, Kangana said, "It's something very hurtful, if I say in an upfront way it'll make big headlines. The way one treats and sees a woman reflects in his relationship with his daughter or wife. The world of glamour is almost like a fantasy land. It's full of magic and opportunities. It's always assumed that sex for women is a bad thing. I know a lot of people who have been very protective of their women; it's all about keeping them away from men, opportunities, glamour as they think women might get swayed and have affairs."
Kangana also said that having sex for a man is having fun while it's a bad thing for women and they should be in their limits. "When it's the affair of their son, you'll hear so many men openly brag about it. 'My son is a casanova, what will he do if not have multiple affairs'. But when it comes to their girls, they are like 'how dare my girl is going to date anyone, how dare she is thinking of joining films and people will watch her in miniskirts. My girl won't wear bikini but I don't mind bikini clad women around me or my son.' It's as petty as that. They feel it's very manly to have such feudal ideologies and flaunt it like that," she said.