It was 2017 when the whole world took #MeToo seriously and India saw the rise of the #MeToo movement, when celebrities and celebrities shared their personal stories on sexual harassment and molestation. Many Bollywood celebrities including Tanushree Dutta, Vinta Nanda, Sandhya Mridul, Saloni Chopra, Priyanka Bose, Mandana Karimi lent their voices and from the television world, this Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah actor Munmun Dutta. ), who plays the role of Babita Iyer. She came forward to put up a powerful post on sexual harassment. On Instagram, he posted a picture which read, ‘#MeToo’ and wrote an emotional letter.
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Mumun Dutta’s MeToo experience had left her fans in a state of shock. For the past few days, Mumun’s post has been doing the rounds on the internet and several portals had shared her lengthy shocking statement, in which she mentioned how her tuition teacher used to put her hand in her breeches. Even her school teacher used to scold girl students in class by pulling bra straps and slapping them on their breasts.
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Read the full confession here:
#MeToo……yes…. #Metoo….. Sharing posts like this and connecting to global awareness about sexual assaults on women around the world and showing solidarity with every woman on the same boat shows the magnitude of the problem. Am surprised that some ‘good’ men are surprised to see the number of women who have come out and shared their #metoo experiences. Don’t be This is happening in your own backyard, in your own house, with your own sister, daughter, mother, wife or even your maid… Gain their trust and ask them. You will be amazed at their answers.. You will be amazed by their stories.. Writing something like this brings me to tears to relive the memories when I used to be scared of the neighborhood uncle and his prying eyes, which will be there for any occasion. But I used to grope and threaten not to talk to anyone about this…..or my elder cousins who look at me differently from their daughters…. Or the man who saw me in the hospital when I was born and 13 years later thought it was appropriate for him to touch my body because I was a growing teenager and my body had changed…. Or my tuition teacher who had a hand in my underpants……. Or this another teacher, to whom I had tied a rakhi, used to scold girl students in class by pulling their bra straps and slapping them on their breasts…. , Or the man in the train station who stalks u… why?? Because you are too young and afraid to speak. So scared that you can feel that your stomach is dying and choking inside… you don’t know how you will explain it to your parents or you are too shy to say a word to anyone… . And then you start to develop that deep hatred towards men… because you know they are the culprits who made you feel like that.. that disgusting, twisted feeling that takes years to go away…. I am happy to be another voice joining this movement and making people realize that I too have not been spared. But today I will tear anyone who tries to do anything on me.