The National Commission for Women (NCW) has stepped in after South Indian actress Trisha expressed her condemnation of Mansoor Ali Khan’s sexist remarks against her.
In response to the derogatory comments made by the actor, the NCW has taken suo moto and directed the Director General of Police (DGP) to file a case against Mansoor Ali Khan under relevant sections, including IPC Section 509 B.
The controversy arose when Mansoor Ali Khan, during a press conference, expressed regret over not having a ‘bedroom scene’ with Trisha in the movie ‘Leo.’ This led to widespread condemnation, with Trisha receiving support from fellow celebrities, including directors Lokesh Kanagaraj and Karthik Subbaraj.
The NCW, in a statement on X (formerly Twitter), emphasized the need to condemn such remarks that normalize violence against women. Trisha responded to the development with a folded hands emoji on Instagram.
This incident adds to the ongoing debate around sexist comments in the industry, with Trisha asserting her stance against such behavior. The controversy has once again brought attention to the need for respectful and inclusive dialogue in the entertainment industry. Stay tuned for further updates on the Trisha-Mansoor Ali Khan issue and the actions taken by the National Commission for Women.