Bollywood celebs are hailing high Sunny Leone, who is currently promoting her film MASTIZAADE, for calmly and sportingly dealing with questions asked in an interview (to a leading TV channel) recently that appeared to demean or rather make the star regret of her past. Here's how the stars showed their support and praised Sunny's composed & polite way to tackle the questions hurled at her on a micro-blogging site. They wrote:
Rishi Kapoor: Very unfair& rude interview with Sunny Leone on CNN IBN.She is taking it on her chin sportingly,obviously in the interest of her coming film
Alia Bhatt: That was literally NOT an interview.. Just hyper opinionated statements with a question mark at the end!!! No Grace? Chivalry? Ridiculous!
Dia Mirza: He asks the same question for 20minutes. Because she doesn't satisfy him with the response he's looking for.#Respect
Sushant Singh Rajput: How beautifully u held your own in that stupid interview @SunnyLeone .Some1 should have taught him how to respect a woman when he was a kid.
Vir Das: Here's hoping Mr Chaubey's next interview explores something other than his own prejudice.
Mini Mathur: Yes and such stupid questions!He is so googly eyed & patronising while @SunnyLeone holds her own so beautifully.
Riteish Deshmukh: More power to you @SunnyLeone
Tanuj Garg: Sunny Leone handled misogyny and condescension with grace and charm. Well done lady @SunnyLeone
Nisha Rawal: I think the interview didn't go that well for Mr. Chaubey, nevermind. We respect you for what you've become, More power to you @SunnyLeone.
Esha Gupta: You aren't a lady unless you have grace.@SunnyLeone well done woman.your grace overtook the idiots crass.
Saqib Saleem: An all time low for journalism in our country.. Interview done in such bad taste.. Kudos @SunnyLeone for tackling a retard so well
Nikhil Chinapa: Prejudice and misogyny, thy name is Chaubey. Well done @SunnyLeone.
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