‘Bollywood Robs Women’s Dignity’: Roopa Ganguly Protests in Parliament


‘Bollywood kills, Bollywood sexually abuses’, had been one of the most allegations that resonated in the Parliament House advanced on Monday. BJP Rajya Sabha member Roopa Ganguly, one of the crucial earliest lawmakers to hunt a CBI enquiry into actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s mysterious demise, held a symbolic protest retaining placards that made the aforementioned allegations.

The protest assumes importance in the backdrop of a fee of sexual attack in opposition to celebrated filmmaker Anurag Kashyap.

Ganguly held placards that learn, “How many more women’s dignity will be assaulted by the Mumbai film industry?” Another placard learn, “How many more murders will the Mumbai film industry execute?” Ganguly used to be protesting in entrance of the well-known Gandhi statue in Parliament House.

Late closing evening, in a veiled connection with Kashyap, BJP’s Lok Sabha member Ravi Kishan had raised the subject in the House. He talked a couple of “famous director”.

Earlier actor Payal Ghosh, who levelled the fees in opposition to Kashyap instructed IANS, “I was molested by a very famous director. The director told me that girls he works with have a ‘gala time’ with him. The circumstances created at that moment were very embarrassing.”

Asked to call the director, the actress mentioned, “It was Anurag Kashyap who tried to molest me in 2014.”

Kashyap has denied all sexual attack allegations levelled in opposition to him.



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