People say Pooja Bhatt has no right to talk about women’s safety

    People say Pooja Bhatt has no right to talk about women’s safety

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    Actress-director Pooja Bhatt recently took to her Twitter page to show her remorse over the alleged rape of a 5-year-old kid in Delhi, saying, "This is not a world to bring more children into. This is certainly not a nation to bring more daughters into. Violence is their destiny." At the same time the filmmaker has realised, rather has been forced to realise that she doesn’t have any right to show her anxiety over the safety concern of women in the contemporary society. Her offence is that she introduced Indo-Canadian adult star Sunny Leone into mainstream Hindi cinema with her directorial ventureJism 2.

    Expressing her anguish over such views, Bhatt tweeted, "Each time I speak up about rape or sexual abuse, some `saint` tells me that I have no right to since I introduced a `porn star` to Bollywood.” She added further, "I humanized a `porn star` and got her accepted into the mainstream. The rest of Bollywood is now free to objectify her like they do most women.” Prior toJism 2, Sunny made it to the news with her entry in television reality showBigg Boss 5.