Urvashi Rautela says Sonali Kulkarni’s ‘women are lazy’ remark would not apply on her: ‘I gained Miss Universe India twice’

Urvashi Rautela has reacted to the comment made by actor Sonali Kulkarni that a variety of Indian ladies are ‘lazy’. The actor-model shared her views on the current backlash that was confronted by Sonali when she spoke about trendy Indian ladies and the way they need for a well-earning, settled husband whereas giving no enter within the family’s funds. Urvashi mentioned that the reasoning ‘would not apply’ to her as a result of she is an outsider. (Also learn: ‘Twitter ought to invent a digital slap’: Sonali Kulkarni’s ‘women are lazy’ remark attracts flak on-line)

Urvashi Rautela has shared her views on the 'women are lazy' comment made by Sonali Kulkarni.
Urvashi Rautela has shared her views on the ‘ladies are lazy’ remark made by Sonali Kulkarni.

In a video posted by a paparazzi account on Instagram, Urvashi was requested to share her views on the current controversy surrounding Sonali Kulkarni’s touch upon Indian ladies, and mentioned, “See the thing is… this doesn’t apply to me. Because everybody knows I am an outsider. And everybody knows how hardworking I am, meine khud se apne aap pe.. apne balbute pe (I have made it by myself, without any support) I have made a career in Bollywood. Globally, fans they know me. I am the only Indian girl to win Miss Universe India twice. I am the youngest judge in history to just Miss Universe. So this, doesn’t apply to me. This quote applies to all the velli (jobless) girls out there.” Urvashi then concluded by saying that she would not need to harm anyone however that’s the reason of the matter.

Urvashi’s response to the query irked many IG customers who then commented how she is so narcissistic to deviate from the query and focus about herself solely. “Self obsessed woman m this m that what was the question and what she replied,” wrote one person, whereas one other mentioned, “She should be against this statement in general instead of jst self obsession.” A remark learn, “Didi aapki baat nhi ki gayi (This was not about you, sister)… in general u were xpected to support women,” whereas one other mentioned, “Why defend misogyny when you can just defend yourself.”

Meanwhile, actor Sonali Kulkarni issued a press release on social media after receiving criticism for her comment. In it, she wrote, “Dear all, I’m overwhelmed with the suggestions I’m receiving. I wish to thank all of you, particularly all the press and media for the extraordinarily mature conduct of connecting with me. Being a lady myself, my intention was to not harm different ladies. In reality, I’ve extensively expressed myself repeatedly in help of us and what’s it being a lady. I’m grateful to all of you for reaching out to me personally to understand or to criticize. Hope we will have extra open change of ideas.”

Source web site: www.hindustantimes.com

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