The most recent Bollywood actress to speak out against the Manipur Violence video is Priyanka Chopra. The entire nation has been shattered by the horrible atrocity committed in the country. Akshay Kumar blasted out the culprits and demanded justice for the Manipur women.
Following Akshay, numerous celebrities including Jaya Bachchan, Kiara Advani, Sonu Sood, and others have discussed the issue. Additionally, Priyanka Chopra has recently expressed her rage and called for immediate justice.
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Priyanka Chopra posted an emotional note on her Instagram account condemning the assault against women in Manipur. She expressed surprise that it had taken the nation’s citizens 77 days to learn what had been happening in Manipur. Women cannot be considered pawns in any game, according to the actress from the ‘Citadel.’
Her post reads, “The collective shame and anger needs to be channelled now in a unified voice for just one thing – swift justice.” Additionally, she included two hashtags, shame and justice for the women of Manipur.
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The fact that the assault happened in May is shocking and terrible. The two ladies were paraded around the streets naked after being stripped off. Meitei guys were all around them. The men touching women’s private areas is the most disturbing thing. Everyone feels humiliated by the occurrence. A major problem in Manipur has been a lack of reporting crimes in the media. It has been a hot topic for some time. The incident is tragic, and justice needs to be done.
One of the first ones to react to the horrible atrocity against women in Manipur was Akshay Kumar. Richa Chadha, Renuka Shahane, Riteish Deshmukh, Sonu Sood, and Kiara Advani are all outraged by the men’s arrogance and are all boiling with anger.
Jaya Bachchan also expressed her rage and claimed that she was too ashamed to watch the entire video. The actress lambasted people talking about having 50% of women on the panel, claiming that not a single word has been spoken for the women of Manipur.