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    Tisca Chopra supports United Nations’ Right To Life, says in India rights of women are trampled upon

    Tisca Chopra today joined many actors and filmmakers including Sonakshi Sinha, Sonu Sood, Raveena Tandon, R Balki, Ashwini Iyer Tiwari, Imtiaz Ali, Nandita Das and each of them feel that they are most important for human rights .

    Tisca Chopra supports United Nations 'Right to Life', says women's rights are violated in India

    On a podcast, Tisca chose to talk about the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights’ Right to Life. Tisca Chopra said, “The rights of women in India have been so badly trampled upon, stripped of not only life, but the right to life with dignity. It is not just that you exist, but it is the quality of that existence. I think we need to address this issue with education and I think the right to dignity should be taught to children in junior school or middle school. Once the epidemic is over, it should be said often in parent-teacher meetings, obviously, but these are things that should be discussed openly and widely. “

    Talking about her experience of the right to dignity in the film fraternity, Tisca said, “When I came to Bombay, I felt that the film industry is very wrong – women are second-class citizens whom men look for as objects through gaze Is seen in When I started writing and producing, the first film I made, sauce, Was very rebellious because I felt that an actress’s sexual ability to be attractive was simply called Chip with whom she was negotiating. I, as an act of rebellion, chose to make the hero sauce Almost borderline ugly. She speaks badly. He does not have education. There is not a child to give him any status in the society. “

    “The fact that it became the most-watched short film in the world, with 132 million views, proves what we’re telling people – that girls know about bodies and the way they look. Needs an artist. Saying that you have nothing more than the fact that you can be an object of someone’s sexual interest.

    “One thing that is amazing, post the #MeToo movement, is every production office that has POSH guidelines to one – prevention of sexual harassment, bold and clear. And that’s a huge relief for me, because the film industry. Was a disgusting place for women to work in every way. Physical dignity, personal respect, all kinds of oppression. So, these are the areas where I think your (United Human Rights) people like work. He said that the United Nations is a very long way in education, because it is working on a very large scale and now things are much better on the set.

    “There is still a lot of work to be done in the areas of getting women as artists, because there are free voices speaking for themselves. And this is an area I want to work in, because I don’t believe in being angry. I believe. Being better and being more empowered to be able to articulate myself – these are the kind of stories I want to tell. And to do it so well that they sell. So that you can buy your freedom. Which stands above the rest of the work or at the shoulder, or at least equal. Then the sex stops.

    ALSO READ: R Madhavan, Sonu Sood, Kavita Kaushik, Anurag Kashyap and many others came together for Tisca Chopra’s poem ‘Socha Na Tha’.

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