‘Guilty’ star Akansha Ranjan Kapoor gives out the perfect definition of feminism

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Akansha Ranjan Kapoor has been getting massive praises from all over for her debut film on Netflix, ‘Guilty’. The film, which also stars Kiara Advani, Gurfateh Singh Pirzada, Taher Shabbir and many others, has been one of the most trending films of this year on Netflix, not only in India but even globally. Akansha has been garnering the lion’s share of the praises coming for the movie, which deals with issues like feminism, #metoo, and a lot more.

The pretty lady, Akansha Ranjan Kapoor, met with Bollywood Bubble for a candid chat where she opened up about feminism. Her perfect definition of feminism is something that’s applaud-worthy and something that all girls should follow without fail. Akansha says, “Feminism isn’t about women being above men. It’s about being equal.” Have a look at the video right here:

Akansha’s definition is solid and makes one wonder why women forget this apt definition at times.

Talking about Akansha, she has been one of the brightest finds of this year. While her debut film may not have been a typical Bollywood film, it’s great to see her perform in such a brilliant way in a film, which not only was appreciated by the critics but also the masses on Netflix.

Akansha Ranjan Kapoor didn’t only speak up about feminism, but she also spoke a lot about the #metoo movement in India. The pretty lady shared her thoughts on depression as well. Hav a look at the entire video right here:

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