Urvashi Rautela: Numerous celebrities, like Urvashi Rautela, have posted videos of themselves chopping off sections of hair in support of Iranian women. The actor posted pictures of herself getting her hair chopped along with a lengthy essay about feminism, Iranian protests, and the reported murder of Ankita Bhandari in Uttarakhand last month.
On Monday, Urvashi, who has been posting glimpses of her recent vacation to Australia, posted a message about Mahsa Amini’s death on Instagram. The star, who was dressed in a blue kurta, was sitting on a tiled floor as a man used scissors to remove pieces of her hair. Urvashi was getting her hair trimmed in both of the pictures Urvashi posted, but she had her back to the camera.
Mahsa Amini, 22, died in police custody last month, sparking large-scale anti-government demonstrations in Iran and elsewhere in the world. Celebrities like Priyanka Chopra have also expressed support for Iranian women by posting messages on social media. Mahsa was detained by the morality police after she refused to cover her head, and according to sources, she passed away while still in detention. Women in Iran have been taking off their headscarves and cutting their hair ever since.
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Urvashi captioned her Instagram image, “Chopped my hair off! To highlight their demonstrations.” I cut my hair in support of Iranian girls and women who have died during demonstrations against Mahsa Amini’s death following her imprisonment by the Iranian morality police, as well as for all the females. Lastly, my Ankita Bhandari, a 19-year-old from Uttarakhand. Women from all over the world are chopping off their hair in unison to oppose the Iranian government. esteem females Hair is viewed as a sign of the beauty of women and as a global representation of the women’s movement. Women who cut their hair in public are demonstrating that they don’t care about society’s ideals of beauty and that they won’t let anything or anybody dictate how they dress, act, or live. Feminism will gain new vigour as women band together and view one woman’s problem as a problem facing all women.
Numerous people commented on Urvashi’s Instagram post. While some people didn’t appear convinced by the actor’s “chopping off” of her hair, others were curious about what she had done for the oppressed women of India. Urvashi’s post received the following comment: “Like totally or partially? Many other people taunted the actor by writing cricketer Rishabh Pant’s name in the comments section. Another person said, “India ki women ke liye hi kuch kar lo pehle (first do something for the women in India).”
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In one of her earlier Instagram postings, Urvashi compared herself to the late Mahsa Amini. In response to allegations that she was following cricketer Rishabh Pant, who is now in Australia for the T20 World Cup, some online users accused the actor of being “bullied.” “First in Iran Mahsa Amini and now in India… it’s happening with me they’re bullying me as a stalker???” Urvashi captioned a video she shared of herself. Nobody supports or cares about me… A strong woman is one who loves strongly and with all her heart. She laughs and cries equally frequently. She possesses both softness and strength, wisdom and spirituality.She tagged her post with the phrases “bring back our girls” and “yes, all women.”
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