"We Should Not Have Feminists" - Kangana Ranaut

Sukriti Gumber , 22 Sep 2017
Kangana Ranaut
Kangana Ranaut

Kangana Ranaut has been in the headlines over the past few weeks due to her several controversial statements, the bitter struggles she faced earlier & her insight into the world of Bollywood. Recently, at the Dainik Jagran’s Cinema Summit, she was asked how she felt about being a feminist icon.

Here’s what she said:

I am not sure when I became a feminist. The whole perception of one (sex) being inferior to others is so bizarre for me to come to terms with. I just can’t understand it. Because I believe in the law of universal equality, it makes me look like feminist. I think feminism is something… it’s a sorry state to be in for any society, you know? Because you are lacking something and feminism is acting as a medicine to that illness or disease. We should not have it. We should not have it at all. We should not have feminists. We should not have these techniques. We should be a healthy society. We should believe in equality and that’s how it is. There is nothing that can prove it otherwise. It’s bizarre that people actually believe that one section of society is lesser than the other.

But believing in feminism and believing in equality is the same thing! What are your thoughts about Kangana’s views on feminism? Tell us in the comments below

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