When Babita Ji of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah shared the painful story of sexual abuse, she said: His hand is in my …

When Babita Ji of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah shared the painful story of sexual abuse, she said: His hand is in my ...

The upcoming TV show ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ has entertained its viewers for a long time. What’s special about this show is that every character on the show has a following. At the same time, the people who love to talk about their beauty in the show, Munmun Dutta, that is, ‘Babitaji’. Besides acting, Munmun is also very active on social platforms. Not only this, but she is also known for her flawless style. She is seen giving her opinion on all fashion topics through social media. At the same time, Munmun was the most discussed when she revealed something shocking like sexual exploitation of herself on social media.

Munmun Dutta shared his experiences in 2017 under #metoo. He shared a long and wide photo on his Instagram account. In this post, he had shared the incidents of sexual harassment. Babita bravely joined the #MeToo movement through her post. He wrote in his post: ‘I’m surprised some’ many good men are surprised at how many women are now showing up and sharing their #MeToo experiences with them. Don’t be surprised, this is happening … in your yard, at home, with your sister, daughter, mother, wife, and home medicines. ‘

Munmun Dutta further wrote: ‘In those memories, I know again and writing it once again brought tears to my eyes. When I was little and I was afraid of my neighbor uncle and his hunter’s eyes. He used to seize the opportunity and hold me here and there and threaten not to tell anyone about it … or a much older cousin who saw me differently from his daughters … a person who saw me born in the hospital and then. 13 years when I came to Teenage, did it feel good to touch me? Or my license plate teaser whose hand was in my boxer shorts…. Or that other teacher I tied a rakhi to. I used to dance with a student in class pulling on the bra strap or hitting her breast … or the person on the train who delivers you … Why? Because you are too young and afraid to speak … You hate men because you know they are to blame. ‘

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