'I Had Called Out Salman Khan For His Misogyny'


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Known for speaking her mind fearlessly, Sona Mohapatra recalls the time she spoke out against it Bollywood supper star Salman Khan For her statement on Priyanka Chopra’s decision to leave her film Bharat.

Salman had said that Priyanka left the “biggest film of her career” to marry singer-actor Nick Jonas. She had said in 2019, “Usually people leave their husbands for this.” Sona had then tweeted, “@priyankachopra has better things to do in life than to hang out with real men and more importantly girls get inspired by their own journey.”

Thereafter, she was brutally trolled on social media, the singer said. In a new interview with ETimes, Sona said she had received death threats, adding that she would “sh**k him into the dabba”.

“I went through the most horrific trolling, which included death threats and literally rubbish being delivered to the dabba (lunch box) in my studio because I called Salman Khan for his false statements and statements. My statements had gone viral,” Sona told ETimes.

Sona further recalled her photos being morphed on porn sites and receiving “gang rape threats”.

“It was lousy. And then we realized that it was a consolidated digital army that didn’t necessarily just make up fans. It further scared women from being online. It was pre-planned. There were a lot of paid bots that did that.” Were in this whole game. I decided to pursue it and it was terrible for my family,” she said.

Sona, who is currently gearing up for the release of her documentary, Shut Up Sona, to release on ZEE5 on July 1, said that it was exhausting to deal with the constant negativity. “You’ll see a lot of swollen forms in my documentary, Shut Up Sona… but it’s still worth going on because it slowly turns the conversation around,” Sona said.

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