Salman Khan Is A Poster Boy Of Toxic Masculinity: Sona Mohapatra

Mumbai: Targeting Salman Khan over his tweet about late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, Bollywood singer Sona Mohapatra stated that the actor is a “poster boy of toxic masculinity”.

Sona also said that Salman’s recent tweet, in which the actor has appealed to his fans to be kind towards Sushant’s fans and family, is nothing but a “large-hearted PR move”.

“A ‘large-hearted’ PR move from the one and only poster boy of toxic masculinity! Of course, he felt no such need to tweet or apologise for the vile threats that his digital paid army sent out to intimidate and bully others in the past. Got his dad to speak every time he screwed up,” tweeted Sona.

When a Twitter user asked why a song sung by Arijit Singh was removed from Salman movie ‘Sultan’, Sona replied, “Unfortunately and sadly, music composers and directors have zero say on who sings their songs. After scores of random rejections on compositions, they’d rather just get a project done with. I respect young Vishal Mishra for having stood his ground to retain my voice in Baby, Gold, RARE.”

Sona Mohapatra is known for her bold and outspoken nature. This is not the first time when Sona has targeted Salman Khan.

After Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise, Salman Khan was trolled on social media platforms for nepotism in Bollywood. A case has also been filed against him and some other Bollywood bigwigs in a Bihar court.

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