Bollywood filmmaker Anurag Kashyap’s daughter Aaliyah Kashyap has slammed on-line harassers who’ve been giving her rape risk after a sequence of images she posted on Instagram. On Friday, Aaliyah known as out these ‘individuals’ by sharing screenshots of the hate feedback and threats and stated that she has by no means felt extra frightened. After her submit, many celebrities and star youngsters together with Suhana Khan, Khushi Kapoor, Kalki Koechlin, Navya Naveli Nanda and others got here out in assist and showered her with love.
Commenting on Aaliyah Kashyap’s submit, Khushi wrote, “I love you I’m proud of you.” The two BFFs are sometimes seen indulging in cute banters on social media. On the opposite hand, Kalki Koechlin stated, “Proud of you for sharing this.” Deanne Panday commented, “I am there to support you always.” The submit has been appreciated by Dia Mirza, Navya, B Praak, Shanaya Kapoor, Anurag Kashyap, Anshula Kapoor and many others.
Last month, Aaliyah had posted an image of herself selling a lingerie model following which she stated she was flooded with messages that pushed her to ponder deleting her web page on the photo-video sharing web site. “The past few weeks have been really hard on my mental health. Ever since I posted a photo of me in lingerie, I have been getting the most vile, degrading and disgusting comments. I have never felt more frightened than I have in the past few weeks to the point where I considered deleting my Instagram,” she wrote in a prolonged assertion.
Aaliyah stated she initially tried to disregard the social media harassment, however felt there was a must share her expertise as such feedback “contribute to the rape culture”.
“We seem to be a country that will hold candle marches for a woman after she’s been sexually assaulted but won’t protect a woman while she’s alive. And the truth is that women in India grow up being sexualized their whole lives. I have grown up with these kinds of comments to the point where it culminated into me being sexually assaulted as a minor by a middle aged man,” she added.
Attaching the screenshots of vitriol-filled feedback on her submit, she wrote, “They are the same men that are fine with following me and consuming the content I post, yet choose to harass me. If you truly disagree with what I post, then you are free to unfollow me. Nothing I do or post is an invitation for sexual assault.”
This shouldn’t be the primary time Aaliyah has been subjected to such remarks. In May 2019, her filmmaker father had stated that she had obtained rape risk from a social media consumer. He had later lodged an FIR.