Shekhar Suman: Is the Me Too movement dead? Women’s revolution over?


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The #MeToo movement started in Hollywood one year back but with the allegations of Tanushree Dutta against Nana Patekar, Me Too movement had made its way to India too. In the wake of his movement women from various sectors have garnered the courage to share their Me Too stories. This has affected the entire Bollywood industry as many bigwigs are named and shamed by the victims.

Many celebs came forward to speak on the movement one of which is Shekhar Suman’s son Adhyayan Suman who had tweeted a few days ago about his Me Too story. He spoke about the physical abuse he faced while he was in a relationship with Kangana Ranaut. Shekhar Suman has come forward supporting his son and had tweeted saying that when Adhyayan spoke about his story, people said that he did it for publicity so what about the girls who are speaking up now?

Check his tweets below.

Now he has again shared his views saying that it is a great movement that would empower women but it should not be gender specific. His tweet read as, “Is the #MeToo movement dead?The din the allegations the cacophony over?The debates over? The headlines gone? Some shamed some sacked others got away scot free.women’s revolution over?(sic)”

He also replied to some tweets that he doesn’t blindly support the movement.

Here are his tweets.

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