Swara Bhasker wrote an open letter to the director for decreasing the ladies within the film to only a ‘vagina’. Former actress Suchitra Krishnamoorthi commented on the Swara’s open letter on Twitter.

| Up to date: Jan 29, 2018, 15:24 IST

'Padmaavat': Suchitra Krishnamoorthi trolls Swara Bhasker’s open letter, the latter retorts
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After going through stringent opposition from a number of fringe teams Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s interval drama ‘Padmaavat’, lastly hit the theatres. Whereas many have hailed the movie and the performances of the actors, actress Swara Bhasker does not appear to be in sync with the others.


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The actress wrote an open letter to the director for decreasing the ladies within the film to only a ‘vagina’. Her letter invoked combined reactions from the social media customers, insiders from the Bollywood stored mum on the difficulty. Nevertheless, former actress Suchitra Krishnamoorthi commented on the Swara’s open letter on Twitter.

She wrote, “Humorous that an actress who can play an erotic dancer/ prostitute with such elan ought to really feel like a vagina after watching a narrative of a pious queen . What requirements are these …tch tch”

Nevertheless, this too didn’t go down nicely with many who informed her off for making an attempt to trace prostitute has lesser values than a fictional queen. Swara too retorted again to Suchitra’s tweets. She wrote, “Humorous that folks can not recover from the truth that a girl mentioned Vagina! Humorous that in a 2440 phrase article making pretty understandable arguments they solely bear in mind the phrase Vagina!!! ? So… Vagina vagina vagina vagina vagina vagina……………vagina vagina VAGINA!!!!!

Whereas the battle for the discharge of the movie has ended, it appears to have given rise to a complete new debate. ‘Padmaavat’ starring Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapor and Ranveer Singh, was launched on January 25, 2018.


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