Palyboy model Sherlyn Chopra is also one of those millions people who are discussing on the latest shamed issue of India. Bollywood B-grade actress is reacting her feelings on Twitter about the rape of girl.
The gang-rape of a 23-year old medical student in a New Delhi bus on Sunday night has outraged India’s otherwise apathetic middle class against the increasing lack of safety for women in the nation’s cities.
The medical student and a male friend were beaten with an iron rod, stripped and thrown out of a bus in south Delhi late on Sunday. You can check here her latest tweets about this rape incidents:-
“The solution is very simple … Kaat daalo unn saalon ki … Tabhi chaiyn milegaa unko”
“Today the race to power has become more important than the gangrape case.Its no more a “breaking news”
“I truly hope the nation’s anger against the #delhigangrape is channelised and not deflected by the election reportage!!!”
“Home Minister Shinde’s response to gang rape: Ban tinted glasses in cars. Next step: Ban tinted sunglasses?”
“No asshole/moron/pervert/psychopath should ever dare to violate basic human rights.If they do, they must be HANGED TILL DEATH..Nothing Less”.
“Even the rapists in Delhi seem to be politically connected.Where should a citizen go to seek justice-Police Station or the Parliament House?”
Sherlyn Chopra appeared for Playboy in racy figure and telling that she was first Indian woman who captured for Playboy magazine without clothes on top.
She covered her beautiful assets with both arms left to right and right to left as she poses for magazine’s November issue after she wrote to Playboy asking to strip for them.
The 28-year-old actress who played a huge roles in Bollywood admitted that, “It is not an easy task to be nude in front of the camera and look good at the same time.” And also she told BBC Hindi she found it a difficult challenge.
When the actress appeared for magazine to sexy poses her country made controversial at the media and websites. Despite on the Playboy in India but people take access on it by internet. ‘She’s not hot, she’s repulsive,’ said one critic on Twitter.
However the some Indian columnist have said to banned Playboy’s billing of Miss Chopra as a “Bollywood” legend, marking that has had minor roles that are shaming her country a lot.
Tweets form the people cannot stopped as one commentator, Gayatri Sankar said on Twitter, “‘At a time when innocent women across the nation from Gujarat to Guwahati have been subjected to sexual abuse and humiliation, one wonders if Sherlyn Chopra’s pictures wound a woman’s integrity.
Despite being faced by the media, Chopra said what she did wrong and proud of it. She said India’s youth “is racing towards liberalisation, and that’s why being unconventional in your choices is no longer a taboo.”
Ms Chopra posed for magazine cover issue in Los Angeles where she met with magazine’s founder Hugh Hefner and his girlfriends. And she was inspired by what she saw.