Reminds me of Tejaswini Pandit’s ‘Anuradha’
In this press conference, Wagh, while criticizing the Women’s Commission, also commented on Tejaswini Pandit’s ‘Anuradha’ series. Wagh questioned that, ‘Is this our culture of Maharashtra as Nangana is going on in the state? Those who support Urfi should answer this.’ He then read out the reaction of the Women’s Commission on the matter, saying, ‘It is one’s right to decide what to wear, a dress may be considered obscene by certain people but may not be considered obscene by others. So the Women’s Commission cannot waste time in such a matter.’
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Chitra Wagh expressed her anger on the above statement of Maharashtra State Commission for Women. Wagh said, ‘What is the work of the Women’s Commission? The Women’s Commission’s job is to protect the dignity of women. While the Women’s Commission is saying that it’s a question of what one should wear, we won’t waste time on it. The Women’s Commission did not want to waste time in questioning women who walk around bare.’
Wagh further said, ‘When a woman is walking naked on the streets of Mumbai and it is going viral on social media, why is it not noticed? Why was no action taken?’ Wagh asked whether the Women’s Commission has also become complacent with Urfi.
Speaking on this occasion, he also said that the Women’s Commission is taking a dual role. On this occasion, he commented on Tejaswini Pandit’s ‘Anuradha’ series. The poster of this series that came out last year had created a big uproar. The Commission for Women had issued notices to actress Tejaswini and director Sanjay Jadhav. It stated that the poster of the series is sending the wrong message of snobbery and showmanship in the society.
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On this, Chitra Wagh said, ‘The lady on the poster is exposing her body. We must talk about what is wrong. But here the live show is going on, there is no poster here. Why can’t the Women’s Commission, which is taking notice of the poster, take notice of the Nangana walking on the streets of Mumbai? There is time for this but no time to stop this naked?’ Explaining that nudity will not be tolerated in the name of individual freedom, he has criticized the Women’s Commission in harsh words.