Telugu actor Shraavya Reddy’s reply to a perverted question during one of her Facebook live chats has gone viral.
On the day when Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the government’s demonetisation move to fight black money and corruption in the country’s financial system, Shraavya hosted a live Facebook chat to inform her fans on the new law. However, an unpleasant question touched a raw nerve as she minced no words while lashing out at a fan, who asked about her breast size.
Although, Shraavya could have chosen to ignore and move on with her Facebook session, she refused to let the fan get away with his twisted comment.
“Come on yaar, why do you guys see my body when I am telling something very important. India is going down man. F*** that. Yes, I am using vulgar language but you are using and lot of people are seeing your comments. I am not showing my body. Don’t praise my b*obs. Yes, I have amazing b*obs. What’s your problem? Will your mother not have? Every girl has b*obs,” Shraavya slammed the fan in question.
In the video, she also revealed that she is not new to such questions on her Facebook page. The despicable behaviour of the fan in question has once again brought forth the disturbing side of our society. What Shraavya is facing is inherent problem in our society where a woman is judged and appreciated only based on her good looks.
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“First take the information, man. Come on! It’s enough. I have already replied to a lot of people on my page whoever comments on my b**bs. This is not what I am talking about right now,” she rued.
It looks like most of the people, don’t expect women, especially if they are in showbiz, to discuss serious matters facing the country. Meanwhile, not even the President’s daughter is safe from online harassment.
Earlier this year, President Pranab Mukherjee’s daughter and Congress leader Sharmishtha Mukherjee publicly shammed her online harasser to send out a strong message. She encouraged women facing such harassment to speak up against their tormentors to discourage them from doing the same to other women.