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Bollywood actresses react to Balrampur gangrape horror

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Instead of pampering your sons, saying “boys will be boys” and telling them that they should know how to control their wives, teach them that a man isn’t “manly” if he cannot respect a woman! When Gender Equality will start at HOME, change is inevitable!”

Sonali Bendre tweeted: “While the #Hathras embers are still burning, news comes in of yet another act of brutality in #Balrampur—Numbed. The details lead to a disbelief which struggles to find an anchor in any emotion. Even the screams seem to be falling on deaf ears. #JusticeForManisha #BalrampurHorror”

Tisca Chopra tweeted: “Now #Balrampur .. these are dark hours for humanity .. #DeathPenaltyForRape #FastTrackJustice #NoMoreRape.”

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Gauahar Khan posted: “It is heartbreaking to see so much hatred around. A totally disgusted act. I feel gutted reading about such cruelty. These rapists should be hanged to death. #NoMercyForRapists #Balrampur #JusticeForIndiasDaughters.”

Urmila Matondkar shared: “Hello October

#Hathras #Balrampur #Bulandshahr #Azamgarh #BetiBachao #BetiJalao #DalitLivesMatter #AgricultureBills2020 #gdp2020 #coronavirus #BabriVerdict #IndiaChinaBorder #MediaCircus #WakeUp India.”

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Nimrat Kaur wrote: “The embers of a pyre are yet to fade and we have yet another rape and murder on our hands. Wonder how many girls witnessing all this barbarity unfold will fall prey to it before something is done about it beyond hashtags and breaking news. #Balrampur.” –ians/abh/vnc

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