No Right To Be Offended Over Kissing Scene If Unaffected By Kathua Rape: Swara Bhasker
Mira Nair’s miniseries ‘A Suitable Boy’, actress Swara Bhasker took to her Twitter handle to slam them for the same.
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“If the actual #Kathua gangrape of an 8-year-old child inside a temple didn’t make your blood boil and soul shrivel; you have no right to be offended about a fictionalized depiction of a kiss in a temple. #fact #ASuitableBoy #BoycottNetflix. In 2018, an eight-year-old girl was allegedly bound, sedated, and gang-raped in the Rasana village of Kathua before she was killed. Swara had joined the silent protest and shared a picture of herself holding a placard which read, “I am Hindustan. I am Ashamed. #JusticeForOurChild. 8 years old. Gangraped. Murdered. In ‘Devi’-sthaan temple,” tweeted Swara.
If the actual #Kathua gangrape of an 8 year old child inside a temple didn’t make your blood boil and soul shrivel; you have no right to be offended about a fictionalised depiction of a kiss in a temple. #fact #ASuitableBoy #BoycottNetflixIndia
— Swara Bhasker (@ReallySwara) November 25, 2020
The scene, which has sparked outrage, includes a couple (Lata and Kabir), belonging to different religions, kissing on the premises of a temple.