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With her recent take on #AnuMalik in support of #MeToo survivors, #SonaMohapatra has won our hearts for sure. This is not the first time when Sona Mohapatra stood up for women… Watch this video to find out more… Casting himself as a victim, Anu Malik responded to the Me Too allegations with an open letter. However, Sona Mohapatra took him apart in a crisp and hard-hitting reply Women, whenever they make a legitimate complaint about being harassed or ill-treated, are accused by trolls and misogynists of playing the “victim card.” Well, if you really want to learn how to play the victim card, you should learn from men who have been accused of harassing others. Recently, singer Sona Mohapatra wrote a heartfelt letter questioning Sony Entertainment Television for reinstating Anu Malik as a judge on their show Indian Idol, even though multiple women have accused him of sexual harassment. Following this, last week, news broke that Anu Malik may not be brought back as a judge after all.
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