Sonali Kulkarni apologized for making controversial comments about women

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Entertainment desk: Actress-director Sonali Kulkarni apologized for her statement. Recently, Sonali has come under a lot of criticism due to her statement about Indian women. He said, women in India are lazy and look for a good earning partner. However, this statement of the actress created a negative reaction among the netizens. So the actress apologized for her statement. He has now taken to his social media handle to apologize and claim how it was not meant to be said.

Releasing a statement in her apology, the ‘Dil Chahata Hai’ actress wrote, “As far as I can I am trying to share my thoughts, support and warmth not only with women but with the entire mankind. Women will be strong if they strive to shine as fair and capable beings with their own weaknesses and wisdom. If we trust our own abilities and be compassionate, we can create a healthier, happier place.”

The statement added, “If I have caused pain to anyone unknowingly, I want to apologize from the bottom of my heart. I didn’t want to be the headline. I don’t want to create a tense situation. I am an optimist and I strongly believe that life is truly beautiful. Thanks for your patience and support. I learned a lot from this incident.”

Actress Sonali Kulkarni spoke about gender equality at an event recently. There he said that many Indian women want a husband with a high salary. There, he said, ‘There are many women in the country, who are looking for a husband who has a good job, a good salary, own house, who will help financially. But those women do not have the courage to ask what she will do when she marries such a man?’ After this statement of the actress, there was a storm of criticism on social media. Finally the actress apologized for her statement.

Source: Mirchi Plus

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