Women’s organs are associated with cowardice


After ThalaiviKangana Ranaut returns to theaters with her upcoming release Dhaakad very soon. Also starring Arjun Rampal and Divya Dutta in key roles, the film is directed by Razneesh Ghai and features Kangana as a spy named Agent Agni. The action-thriller is set to release on May 20, and the actress is currently busy promoting it on every possible platform.

The Bollywood star, who is known for sharing his opinions without any filters, opened up candidly about sexuality and prejudice in a recent interview. In conversation with Film Champion, she said, “We talk about women’s empowerment and feminism (but) we haven’t been able to give our women respect and comfort about their sexuality”.

Sharing her thoughts further, Kangana recalled an incident where she got injured during the filming of Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi. She said: “Apparently I was very brave with the way I handled it. So a lot of people came up to me and started saying ‘Oh you got b*lls, you got b*lls, you got b*lls. *lls”. I’m like ‘No, I don’t have b*lls. I have a v*gina’. Why can’t nobody say that word? Why are b*lls easy to say and not the v*ginas?”

Speaking of terms like p*ssy or sissy, the Queen star shared how women’s bodies are often associated with cowardice. “Women’s organs are associated with cowardice. It’s horrible because you can carry a human being in your fucking vagina. How can that be associated with weakness? So there’s a lot of washing of brain and I want us to be free of it now. For me to talk about equality in my thirties becomes awkward. Even we like to have sex,” she concluded.

Well, she’s right. You do not think ?

On the cinema side, Kangana has several interesting projects in his kitty. She will be seen playing the role of a fierce fighter pilot in Sarvesh Mewara’s Tejas. Its lineup also includes Alaukik Desai Sita: The Incarnation.


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