Sonakshi Sinha’s take on women safety at work deserves your attention

Actress Sonakshi Sinha has all the reasons to be happy as her latest release ‘Ittefaq’ is receiving all praises from the critics and audiences alike. Her performance is being applauded as well. Recently, the actress chose to speak about the safety in work culture for women. She agreed saying that a shift in workplace culture is needed.

While giving an interview to an agency, the actress said, “I think it’s very important and this stir should have been made long back. Nobody deserves to be made to feel unsafe, especially while working. It should be something to look forward to. I am glad women are finally speaking out.” [sic] (Also Read: Ittefaq : Will the film be a game changer for Sidharth and Sonakshi?)

Currently, the Entertainment industry in the West is abuzz with reports of sexual abuse by famous female celebrities at the hands on producer Harvey Weinstein. The issue is even a hot topic of discussion in India, wherein people are using the producer’s name as a metaphor to expose such incidents across various industries. Bollywood actors and actresses too, are coming out with their opinion on the same, and about the existence of casting couch in the industry. After Vidya Balan, Irrfan Khan and the likes, it is great that Sonakshi too is speaking up on the same.

On the professional front, Sonakshi Sinha will next be seen opposite Diljit Dosanjh in an untitled venture produced by Vashu Bhagnani and will even witness a cameo appearance by none other than superstar Salman Khan in it.

Inputs from IANS