Aamir Khan terms Salman’s ‘Raped Woman’ remark insensitive

 

 

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New Delhi: Bollywood actor Salman Khan’s ‘rape remark’ saw him getting much criticism not only from his fans but also from his close friends and colleagues from the industry. Also, at the first official poster launch of ‘Dangal’, Aamir Khan spoke on the remark and said that whatever Salman said was quite unfortunate and insensitive.

A leading news agency quoted Mr Perfectionist as saying, “I was not present… Going by media reports, I feel what he said is unfortunate and insensitive.”

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On being questioned by the media to give some advice to Salman, Aamir said, “Who am I to give advice?”

Salman on being questioned as to what he felt like after shooting for the wrestling scenes in Sultan’ said that he felt like a ‘raped woman’. However, followers and supporters of ‘Dabangg’ Khan came forth to support him saying that the remark was a slip of tongue.

However, the NCW hit on the actor for the same and demanded an apology from him.

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