Plug The Difference: Rhea Chakraborty harassed by T.V media vs another Celebs walking free

Plug The Difference: Rhea Chakraborty harassed by T.V media vs another Celebs walking free

Rhea Chakraborty was surrounded by many reporters and cameras. She with raised elbow tried to push media persons away. In several videos, Rhea can also be seen trying to save herself with offensive touches. While, security as well, tried to pushed the crowd away.

However, none other Bolloywood celeb can be seen in such hound. Indeed amidst pandemic, crowd consisting media persons, nobody respecting her as a woman. Apart from that Sanjay Dutt and Salman Khan were walking freely during their court trial.

Images of Salman Khan and Sanjay Dutt where they are walking freely trolled on social media and various questions have been raised about gender discrimination, inequality status in society .

Meanwhile, Rhea got huge attention wearing a black T-shirt with a quote proclaiming “Roses are red, violets are blue, Let’s smash the patriarchy, me and you” when she was arrested, the 28-year-old waved at media as she came out of the NCB office in south Mumbai.

The crime in which Sanjay Dutt involved seemed not a pretty crime indulging in 1992 Mumbai bomb blast and Salman khan involving in hit and run case and killing black deer in Jodhpur during the shoot of ‘Ham Sath- Sath Hain’. However, his crime has been justified by his charity work. No reporter and media persecuted both actors.

Social media debates are going on, one group is in the favour of Rhea and saying in favor of giving her respect. Rather media not entering her private space. The second group is abusing and accusing her of being a witch.

Meanwhile, she has been called Gold digger, witch and so on. Media already declared her as culprit cameras have attacking Rhea’s personal space.

Her brother has been arrested for the drug racket and now further Rhea’s arrest date has been issued. Her father also congratualated India cynically and said that you all are happy now after disturbing a middle-class family.

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