The actress’ act of performing the rituals which can be normally carried out by males in India has caught loads of consideration as netizens have taken sides in help and towards it. Now, actress Shweta Tiwari, Dalljiet Kaur, Mini Mathur, Mukti Mohan and others have come out in help of Mandira.
Shweta took to her Instagram deal with and shared a screenshot of a publish that talked about folks not empathising with Mandira at a grieving second. It additionally make clear the stereotypical mentality of solely males having the proper to carry out rituals. Additional, it additionally addresses the trolling Mandira confronted for her alternative of apparel through the funeral.
Shweta shared the publish on her Instagram story and lent help to Mandira saying, “@MandiraBedi we’re with you and pleased with you for expressing your love freely!”
Actress Dalljiet Kaur additionally got here out in help of Mandira and shared her views on the trolling she is dealing with. Sharing a publish on her story, she wrote, “My deepest respect for @mandirabedi. Her choice to interrupt this stereotype is commendable. Might God give her the inside power wanted at this hour..And trolls?? They are going to by no means need folks to “Allow them to simply be”.”
Dancer and actress Mukti Mohan additionally rose as much as help the actress in her grieving time. Taking up to her Instagram, she mentioned, “Girls are half of humanity, half of humanity has remained undignified, uneducated, disadvantaged of freedom, we have hampered and handicapped ourselves. WE ARE THE REFLECTION OF WHAT IS HAPPENING AROUND US!! And now we have destroyed half of ourselves and if we’re in distress then who’s to be blamed? Ask yourselves subsequent time if you face such conditions daughters,sisters,wives, moms and sons of such moms, brothers of such sisters, when YOU are questioned if you wish to grieve /categorical/love freely!! Thanks for being you @mandirabedi”
Earlier, Bollywood celebrities together with Sona Mohapatra and Mini Mathur additionally lent their help to Mandira and spoke up for her.
Mandira Bedi’s husband and filmmaker Raj Kaushal handed away on June 30. The Bollywood director-producer breathed his final after he suffered a large cardiac arrest. The actress bid a teary adieu to him.A number of celebrities from the tv and movie trade mourned the loss and expressed grief on the sudden and stunning demise. Many celebs together with Ronit Roy, Ashish Choudhary, Apura Agnihotri and others additionally visited Mandira’s residence to pay their final respects.
Raj Kaushal, 50, is survived by his spouse Mandira Bedi and youngsters Vir, Tara.