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Sona Mohapatra's Reply To A Troller Who Asked 'Why All Feminists Show Cleavage'

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18th October, 2020 17:22 IST

Sona is considered one of the most fearless voices in the industry. And once again the actress gave a befitting reply to a troller who asked “Why all feminist show cleavage.”

After a troller asked Sona Mohapatra ‘why all feminists have to show cleavage in order to compete with men’. The singer who never shies away from answering screwed up a troller with her reply. When he said “Why all feminists have to show cleavage in order to compete with men… and after seeing ur few interviews i think ur a victim of bolly gang but again you’re trying to woo them to be i their gang. wat a dichotomy,”

In response to this giving a befitting reply she wrote and said “I’d suggest you treat the multiple ‘cleavages’ in your brain before talking with anyone, let alone with a ‘feminist’ trying to ‘woo’ the ‘bolly gang’.. (Cleavage, noun : a sharp division; a split.)”. After she gave this sassy reply she won over with these lines.

Let us tell you that for Sona the real meaning of feminism is when women will be equal to men. Neither they are inferior nor superior. And on this she kept her views back in 2017. When she said that an ideal society in the future would be one in which there will be gender equality.

Sona Mohapatra is a singer who is considered as a strong voice in the film industry. Recently when #SmashThePatriarchy hashtag on Twitter started trending, she also raised her voice. It all started after Rhea Chakraborty wore a T-shirt that read “Roses are red violets are blue lets smash the Patriarchy me and you”. Sona at that time also talked about the real ‘smash the patriarchy’ movement. And said that the right way of ‘smashing patriarchy’ would be to trust more women filmmakers with bigger budgeted films and writing better roles for women.


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