Now, Mira Rajput’s college batchmate reveals SHOCKING details about her, post her comments on feminism – Mira had, in her Women’s Day speech said that ‘Misha is not a puppy’ among other things…
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Shahid Kapoor’s wife Mira Rajput has been grabbing eyeballs ever since she expressed her feelings on motherhood and feminism on the occasion of Women’s Day. While the social media bashed her and three working women even went on to write an open letter to her, asking her not to judge others, now her college batchmate has taken to social media and revealed some shocking details about her.
In an open letter, the said classmate of Mira has written how Mira has got the definition of feminism wrong and has further revealed how she used to judge others on the basis of the kind of clothes they would wear in college.
Here’s what Mira’s batchmate wrote:
Having watched your interview, I feel extremely enraged today. I’ve spent three years in the same college and batch as you. I can say today with confidence that your idea of feminism is extremely flawed. Seeing you walk around with your posse in college, belittling women who were not skinny enough or did not subscribe to your fashion ‘standards’ makes me wonder what you ever did to have a moral high ground over anyone at any point. Your narrow world view is astounding, to say the least. And not to forget, how your statement about working mothers takes us years back in reaching actual empowerment of which you seem to know nothing.
With lots of aggression,
An informed feminist”
For those who’ve come in late, in a conversation on the occasion of women’s day, Mira had expressed her views on being a housewife andmother by saying, “I had a tough pregnancy, I went to those 5 months of difficult times to bring my daughter into this world. So now I want to spend every moment that I can with her and I think there is a set of responsibilities around my plate and I feel at my age I have a lot more energy, I have my future ahead of me, so I can finish all of my responsibility and I have nothing in my way. I can raise my daughter, I can be a good wife. Nothing will stop me after that. I love being at home, I love being a mother to my child, I wouldn’t want to spend one hour a day with my child and rush off to work, why did I have her? She is not a puppy; I want to be there for her as a mother.”
She further called the new wave of feminism “destructive”, “Feminism isn’t woman versus man. It’s about equality. A new wave of feminism has come that is aggressive… I feel it’s destructive. There’s a new term called ‘feminazi’, which is the female equivalent of a chauvinist. I think there should be harmony between the two sexes and equilibrium.”