Actor Minisha Lamba spoke about the Me Too movement in a new interview. Speaking along the lines of the movement in India and elsewhere in the world, the actor called Sajid Khan a “creature.” Sajid made his first television appearance in season 14 of Bigg Boss after multiple women accused him of sexual harassment during the Me Too movement. Read also: Minissha Lamba moves in with friend Akash Malik
Minissha made her acting debut with Shoojit Sircar’s Yahaan in 2005. Later she appeared in films like Honeymoon Travels Pvt Ltd, Bachna Ae Haseeno, Kidnap and Bheja Fry 2. Minissha was also part of the reality show big boss 8.
During a recent interview, Minissha was asked about the current season of Bigg Boss, Said Khan and the Me Too movement. She said: “The Me Too movement is and has been so important in changing the conversation about women around the world. It was just a revolution about to happen. It only took that one boiling point, that one catastrophe to change the world and that is what revolutions are all about. As for the being (Sajid Khan) you are talking about, the less about the person the better.”
Sajid Khan recently took a voluntary farewell from Bigg Boss 16. In his farewell speech, Sajid clasped his hands together and said with teary eyes, “Jo jo mere kisi se bhi jhagde ho,haath jodke mafi mangta hu. Lekin aap logo ka bahut support raha (I fold my hands to apologize to everyone I fought with. But you supported me a lot).” He took a voluntary departure to shoot for his upcoming film, 100 Percent, starring Riteish Deshmukh, Shehnaaz Gill, Nora Fatehi and John Abraham.
In the same interview, Minissha also talked about her career. She said she wanted to be a journalist and later “organically” got into movies because of “great opportunities.” “I didn’t have the guidance I needed at the time. I did everything alone and when I look back I am wiser. Absolutely, if I had to do it over again, I would have done certain things differently,” she added. Minissha has been away from movies for several years now.
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