Mukesh Khanna thinks #MeToo became a ‘problem’ after women left kitchen and started working

Mukesh Khanna thinks #MeToo became a ‘problem’ after women left kitchen and started working

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‘Mahabharata’ actor Mukesh Khanna has once again come in the light of controversy over his stance on the ongoing #MeToo movement. In a recent interview, the actor has blamed the woman for trying to be equal to and walk shoulder-to-shoulder with a man.
In an interview with The Filmy Charcha, he said in Hindi that the whole ‘Me Too issue’ began after women started leaving their kitchens. He said that the ‘problem’ began when a woman spoke about working outside of the house and walking shoulder-to-shoulder with a man.
“Aurat ki rachna alag hoti hai and mard ki alag hoti hai. Aurat ka kaam hai ghar sambhalna, jo maaf karna mein kabhi kabhi bol bhi jata hu. Problem kaha se shuru hue hai #MeToo Ki jabh aurato nein bhi kaam karna shuru kar liya. Aj aurat mard ke saath kandhey se kandha milani ke baat karti hai,” said Khanna.
This is not the first time that Mukesh Khanna has been associated with a controversial statement. The actor has previously termed ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ as ‘vulgar’. He had also lashed out at Ekta Kapoor for ruining Mahabharata through her 2008 show ‘Kahaani Hamaaray Mahaabhaarat Ki’.
He had said, “The new version of Shaktimaan cannot be the way Ekta Kapoor made Mahabharata (in 2008) by putting a tattoo on Draupadi’s shoulder. She had said that she was making Mahabharata for modern people. ‘Sanskriti kabhi modern nahi ho sakti, putri. Jis din Sanskriti ko modern karoge, khatam ho jayegi.”

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