Munmun Dutta, who plays Babita ji in 'Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah', does not need any identity today. She has won the hearts of many people with her character. Recently, Munmun shared a post on Instagram, remembering the horrific incidents that happened to her, in which she had put the unwanted incident with her in front of the society due to the #MeToo movement. In this, she mentioned an incident in 2017 and told that there was a time when she had gone through a lot of pain. Let us tell you the whole matter.
Actually, Munmun Dutta has become a famous television actress in today's date. For information, let us tell you that Munmun is always active on social media, she recently mentioned the trouble that happened to her on October 25.
Munmun Dutta wrote in her post that sharing such a post and joining this global awareness about molestation on women and showing solidarity to those women who have gone through this harassment shows the magnitude of this problem. Is.
While narrating her grief, Munmun further wrote that 'I am shocked to see the number of 'good' men who have come out and shared their #metoo moment. This is happening in your own house, with your own sister, daughter, mother, wife or even your maid. Gain their trust and ask them. You will be surprised at their answers. You will be surprised by their stories.
Munmun further writes that while writing something like this, tears come to my eyes. When I was little, I used to be afraid of the eyes of my neighbors and their staring eyes, who would look at me whenever I got a chance and threaten me not to tell this to anyone or my elder cousins who didn't see me like their daughters or The man who saw me being born in the hospital and then after 13 years he felt that now he could touch my body parts because my body was changing.
Further said that… or my tuition teacher who put his hand in my underpants or that other teacher to whom I had tied a rakhi. The one who used to pull the bra straps to scold girls in class and slap on their bras or the train station man who just touches them. Why? Because you are too young and afraid to tell all this. You are so scared, you feel that your stomach is twisting, you feel suffocated. But you don't know how you will keep this thing in front of your parents or else you will be ashamed to say a single word about it to anyone and then hatred starts building in you for men. Because it is these people who are to blame for making you feel this way.
She wrote it took me years to get rid of this disgusting feeling from myself. Glad to be one more voice to join this movement and make people realize that I too was not spared. Today I have got so much courage that I will rip off any man who tries to do anything on me even from a distance. I am proud of myself today.
Although seeing Munmun never felt that she had gone through such a sad time, she is such a strong woman that today all the girls will be proud of her.