In a detailed post on Facebook, the actor recounted how the incident took place. She said the police had later come to the studio to register a case and she has filed a case of molestation against the driver.
Talking about a group her mother is a part of, she informed her followers about a thread about the kind of self-defence protection they carry with them when going out for a run, prompting her to ask them for suggestions and recommendations for things they carry.
“If she gets sick, we cannot rush her to hospital because they will demand an ID. She can’t go to school despite being a brilliant kid. Her future will suffer for want of education. She is six now and should be in school, but without documents how can we do that?" he added.
A CCTV footage of the incident shows moment before the sidewalk violently blows up with debris and dense smoke around the area. The clip, which was shared widely on several social media platform, left many displeased.
The ad, which has gone viral with over 2.5 million views, begins with various news reports on the #MeToo movement and gradually moves on to feature sexism in films, violence between boys, harassment in the workplace, bullying, each of which is justified by a subtle, "Boys will be boys."
In the video, a woman actor plays a rape victim while the reactions of the people are captured by a hidden camera. While some people were empathetic towards the girl in the video, others were quick to shame her.