Mukesh Khanna’s Statement on Working Women Being the Reason Behind #MeToo Movement Irks Twitterati Big Time (View Tweets)

Vikas Sharma
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Mukesh Khanna has been pretty much vocal these days and the veteran actor's jibe calling The Kapil Sharma show 'Vulgar' is one example of his outspoken nature. Shaktimaan star was also influential in the name change of Akshay Kumar's upcoming Disney+ Hotstar film Laxmmi Bomb which was changed to Laxmii. He had said in his statement that nobody has the guts to name a film over other religion's god and adding the word Bomb to it and many supported his words on that matter. However, now the 62-year-old has shocked everyone with his recent comments on the working women and blaming them for the root cause of the Metoo movement today. Mukesh Khanna is Happy With Akshay Kumar’s Laxmii Title Change, Says People Will Not Take ‘Pangas With Hindu Devi Devtas’

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Khanna in his recent video interview to The Filmy Charcha said, “Aurat ka kaam hai ghar sambhalna, jo maaf karna mein kabhi kabhi bol bhi jata hu. Problem kaha se shuru hui hai #MeToo ki jab aurato ne bhi kaam karna shuru kar diya . Aaj aurat mard ke saath kandhe se kandha milane ki baat karti hai” A massive outrage sparked on Twitter as almost each and every single one of twitter user disagreed with Mukkesh Khanna's opinion rightly and they lashed out at the veteran actor for this mindset. A user wrote "The words of Mukesh Khanna are still as illogical as they used to be during the time of Shaktimaan." The Kapil Sharma Show: Mukesh Khanna Lashes Out at Kapil Sharma’s Comedy Show, Calls It Vulgar (View Post)

Twitter Reacts to Mukesh Khanna’s Comments

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Another user wrote "ye toh galat boldiya shaktiman.... wow never expected these words coming from his mouth". A women wrote "Wasn't this guy playing the role of some real righteous man in a mythological series??" What is your take on Mukesh Khanna's bizzare opinion? Let us know in the comments section below.