It’s Higher late Than In no way: Salman Khan’s Father Salim Is obtainable in Assist of #MeToo

It’s Better late Than Never: Salman Khan's Father Salim Comes in Support of #MeToo

Celebrities like Farhan Akhtar, Priyanka Chopra, and Swara Bhaskar have come out in assist of the continued #MeToo Motion in India. The latest one to affix them is Salman Khan’s father Salim Khan.

On Tuesday, Salim took to Twitter to increase his assist for the individuals popping out and narrating their horrific tales in public. He wrote, “The one defence they’ve is “Why so late?” It’s bigger late than definitely not. You don’t have to attend for the consequence, you’ll have already acquired good public assist. Aadmi pahad se gir kar khadda ho sakta hai…apni nazron se girkar nahin.”Merely lately, contained in the wake of the #MeToo motion, Somy Ali who dated Salman Khan for over eight years, claimed that she was assaulted by a house-help when she was merely 5 years outdated. She joined Bollywood as a teen, nonetheless later moved to Florida, to start out an NGO commonly known as No Extra Tears (NMT) that helps women who’ve been sexually abused.

In an interview, Somy revealed that she grew up in an environment the place women confronted home violence and bodily abuse. Pinkvilla quoted her saying: “I grew up amidst an environment of home violence in Pakistan and a great deal of of my mother’s associates had been victims of bodily abuse as correctly. As quickly as I might ask my mother concerning the bruises on their our our our bodies, I used to be all the time educated that X aunty or Y aunty fell down the steps. This was the identical previous, widespread euphemism for bodily abuse.”

The #MeToo and #TimesUp actions have stirred the Bollywood movie fraternity and different women have come ahead alleging customary names from enterprise for sexual misconduct.

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