The video which appears to be from an after-party at Cannes 2018, soon received a lot of backlash from the Twitteratis.
Controversy Queen Kangana Ranaut is one of the most vocal feminists in the industry and never shies away from calling out insensitive and irresponsible comments. We still remember she was one of the few actors who chose to condemn Salman Khan’s statement when he compared his physical training for his film, Sultan, to being raped.
But her recent shocking video with Jim Sarbh is doing rounds on the internet where the actress is seen laughing on Jim’s rape joke. Yes, you heard that right.
The actor is heard saying “I’d rather be raped by 12 prostitutes than touch alcohol and the Punjabi says ‘Me too, I didn’t know that was an option.”
Isn’t it shocking?
The video which appears to be from an after-party at Cannes 2018, soon received a lot of backlash from the Twitteratis. Take a look
Kangs is A+ grade hypocrite (nothing new) and this Jim Sarbh turned out to be a piece of shit. Rape jokes are not okay... stfu ..
Jim Sarbh is cancelled. One. He made a hideous joke and included a vital thing called 'Rape' Two. he included 'prostitute' in that "I would rather be raped by 12 prostitutes..." are you freaking kidding me ? you just stated that they are as equal as Rapists ? Go get a life man
Jim Sarbh rose to fame with his portrayal of a terrorist in Sonam Kapoor’s ‘Neerja’ and was recently seen alongside Ranveer Singh in ‘Padmaavat;. Jim and Kangana attended the 71st Cannes Film Festival for the same liquor brand, Grey Goose.
Well, coming back to the video, what do you have to say about it? Do let us know in the comments section below.
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