Men don’t need to scream about equality: Anusha

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Mumbai, July 19 (IANS) Popular TV host and video jockey Anusha Dandekar feels there is not a need for men to scream from their rooftops about equality or empowerment.

Instead, it is basic understanding.

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“We don’t need men to scream from their rooftops about equality or empowerment. Its just the basic understanding between both species — male and female,” Anusha said.

“So, we don’t need you to scream about it but just do it,” she added.

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On how she became a veejay, Anusha said: “When I wanted to become a veejay, I told everyone at the age of nine that it is what I was going to do, and at the age of 19, that’s what I was.”

Anusha was speaking on the show, “11 Mantras of Being Unstoppable with Ananya”.

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Singer Kanika Kapoor also looked back at her journey in the industry on the show.

“I grew up in Lucknow in a non-Bollywood family. My parents let me explore music, which was nowhere near a traditional family set-up. A lot of eyebrows were raised because my parents let me do what I wanted to do. They inspired me and pushed me to live my dream and gave me the best opportunity possible,” said Kanika.

–IANS

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