Entertainer Urvashi Rautela, who had contrasted herself with late Mahsa Amini, has now shared pictures of herself ‘cleaving off hair’ on the side of Iranian ladies challenging Mahsa’s demise.
Urvashi took to Instgram and posted a note on Amini’s passing. She was seen brandishing a blue kurta as she sat on the floor as a man trim off her hair with scissors. Her back was towards the camera.
Close by the post, she expounded on the fights in Iran, woman’s rights and the passing of Ankita Bhandari, who was killed in Uttarakhand last month.
“Cleaved my hair off! Trimming my hair on the side of Iranian ladies and young ladies, who have been killed in fights at the passing of Mahsa Amini after her capture by Iranian ethical quality police and for every one of the young ladies. Also, for 19-year-old young lady, my Ankita Bhandari from Uttarakhand,” Urvashi Rautela composed.
She added: “All over the planet ladies are joining in challenge the Iranian government by trimming their hair. Regard ladies. A worldwide image for ladies’ revolutio… hair is viewed as an image of the excellence of ladies. By slashing off hair in broad daylight, ladies are showing that they couldn’t care less about society’s excellence principles and won’t let any person or thing conclude how they spruce up, act or live.
“When ladies meet up and consider one lady’s issue an issue of the whole womankind, woman’s rights will see another power.”
22 year-old Mahsa Amini was fiercely killed by the “profound quality police” of Iran for showing a piece of her hair, not complying to the severe clothing regulation regulations. It ignited cross country dissents.