Bengaluru shame: Anushka and Malaika’s powerful messages show what is wrong with society

first_imgBengaluru began the New Year on a shameful note, with several women being groped and molested on the city streets in the name of revelry. The horrific incident has invited condemnation from several B-Towners.ALSO READ: Bengaluru mass molestation – Aamir to Varun, B-Town is angry, sad and disappointedALSO WATCH: Akshay Kumar’s angry, emotional video message on Bengaluru molestationAnushka Sharma was full on angst and expressed her ire on Twitter. Writing that the silent bystanders were as much at fault as the molesters themselves, Anushka said that we as a society had failed that night. She wrote, “Teach your kids to respect women instead of making sons feel more entitled and important.” Anushka Sharma (@AnushkaSharma) January 5, 2017Malaika Arora chose Instagram to pen a powerful note expressing her anger. Choosing a Julius Caesar-esque “But Brutus is an honourable man” kind of rhetoric, Malaika tore down the people who defend the molesters and indulge in victim-blaming. She concluded with, “Girls wearing short clothes and drinking and partying are copying the Western culture. Boys who molest them r copying the Indian culture???”ALSO WATCH | Bengaluru mass molestation: A victim recounts the ordeallast_img read more

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