Swara Bhasker: I am entitled to an opinion; my letter was respectful and polite | PINKVILLA

2020-12-31

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Swara Bhasker had written an open-letter to Sanjay Leela Bhansali after watching his film Padmaavat. At an event today, she responded to being slammed by various eminent personalities on social media.





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Swara Bhasker wrote a thought-provoking letter to Sanjay Leela Bhansali after watching Padmaavat. A part of her letter read, “You may be wondering why the hell I am going on and on thus about vaginas. Because Sir, that’s what I felt like at the end of your magnum opus. I felt like a vagina. I felt reduced to a vagina–only.”

Swara’s reaction to the film saw many people slamming her for her opinion. She even posted on twitter later, “Funny that people cannot get over the fact that a woman said Vagina! Funny that in a 2440 word article making fairly comprehensible arguments they only remember the word Vagina!!! So… Vagina vagina vagina vagina vagina vagina……………vagina vagina VAGINA!!!!!”

At an event today, when asked about it, “Everybody has a right to an opinion. Like I am entitled to an opinion, so is everyone else. I put forth my point of view. I feel I put across my point of view in a polite and respectful manner. I did not have any vicious intent. I had legitimate questions after watching the film and I raised those.”

“If people don’t agree with me, it’s alright as it is democratic country. I had no idea that this would create such a mayhem and that people who are not connected to the film at all will get upset,” she added.

“I didn’t have any mal-intent. I did not know that the letter would invoke so much interest,” she concluded.

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