“I was a part of a show where in a lady said she runs more when she is on her period, so that no one can tell her to sit at home because she is weak. A lot of people think women should stay at women, so why give them an excuse to stop women from doing anything. If there is too much pain, then one can take an off just like they do for any other sickness like a stomach ache. Women should not make period a reason to take a leave,” she said.
Within seconds, everyone on the internet started reacting. From declaring it as a publicity stunt to assuming that Salman has adopted a baby girl, everyone shot the arrow at different directions.
He said, “If at all that is the case, then I would prefer my film to be a super flop rather than go for such unacceptable violence to make a movie a success at the box office.” He added that people should come to watch a film in theatres with the excitement to see what the makers have done in the film rather than due to “any such measures”.
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Talking about the film, Akshay said, “I always wanted to work and make such films but I was not a producer during that time. I didn’t had enough money but now I can. My wife told me about Muruganantham and then we met R Balki. So we thought about making this movie.”