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‘Dabangg’ Sonakshi Sinha wants to slap Kamaal R Khan for saying ‘Gandi Baat’

After the infamous tweet by TOI about Deepika Padukone’s cleavage, I thought that people, including media houses, would give a woman the respect she is due, and not make ridiculous, insensitive, and thoughtless comments/tweets on social media or elsewhere. But me and my naivety have been proven wrong by none other than the immediately forgettable, abrasive, and often on the verge of coming across as verbally abusive, Kamaal R Khan, of the eminently forgettable Deshdrohi.


Kamaal R Khan

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KRK, as he is known as, has had a habit of taking potshots and making weird jibes on social networking sites, especially on Twitter. And this time, he has dragged actress Sonakshi Sinha, daughter of yesteryear actor and former MP, Shatrughan Sinha. On Wednesday, KRK, amongst his inane and often ludicrous tweets, he tweeted, “Pls RT this if you think tat @SonakshiSinha has biggest butt in Bollywood. (sic)” He also had the nerve to tag the actress.

Sonakshi Sinha

Sonakshi Sinha

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And this isn’t the first time he has tweeted about the derrieres of various actresses. Sample these tweets:



Whilst all the other actresses so tagged, kept mum about it, Ms Sinha replied with her own tweet:

This was a pleasant surprise indeed, where the actress chose not be trampled on by the likes of KRK. And her anger and ire over the tweet is totally justified. Although this reminds me of Deepika’s cleavage tweet incident, unlike her, Sonakshi has kept mum after her initial response. KRK has since removed his original tweet on Sonakshi, but not the others where he has tagged other actresses. He has even replied back to Sonakshi, saying:

His insensitivity and inconsideration know no bounds. And his apology doesn’t seem sincere either.

Just because they act for a living, we shouldn’t forget that they too are human beings, and that they deserve the basic respect and dignity due them, like any other normal human being. This kind of hurtful, insensitive behavior towards women needs to stop. When will people, especially men, learn that they need to respect women just because? That women are their equals and shouldn’t be objectified? When will change happen? When?

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Chaitra Ramalingegowda

Chaitra Ramalingegowda

I fell in love with storytelling long before I knew what it was. Love well written stories, writing with passion, baking lip-smacking-finger-licking chocolate cakes, engaging movies, and home-cooked food. A true work-in-progress and a believer in the idiom 'all those who wander are not lost'. Twitter: @ChaitraRlg