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Bollywood actress Tanushree Dutta is the reason behind India's #MeToo movement. She gave courage to a lot of people to come out and share their stories on sexual harassment by the powerful men of the country. In the wake of the #MeToo movement, Adhyayan Suman had tweeted a few days ago that when he was exploited by Kangana and shared his story two years ago, he was humiliated because he was not as successful as Kangana. Now, his father Shekhar Suman took to twitter to ask whether the #MeToo debates are over.
He wrote, ''Is the #MeToo movement dead?The din the allegations the cacophony over?The debates over?The headlines gone?Some shamed some sacked others got away scot free.women's revolution over?char 'din'ki chandini phir andheri raat.khoda pahad nikla 4 chuha. That's how our society is Such Movements are only meant for gossips n nothing else .Unfortunately we are ridiculously failed to show the "Power of ppl " who bothers now kab kiske saath kiya hua ... Everyone is busy in making Name and Fame.'' (sic)
He added, ''So sad..sadly it was not a movement but an opportunity for some.sad sad v sad. But in the same breath i dont blindly support it...i said it shld not be gender specific.wen adhyayan spoke about it he was shamed n ridiculed.where as wen the victim was a woman she was idolized. The predator must be punished whether man or woman. Wen Adhyayan spoke up 2 yrs ago ppl said he did it for publicity bcoz he had a failed career,though he was fairly well known.Wat about all the girls coming out and speaking up now?some of them unknown n with no careers.Are they doing it for publicity too? '' (sic)
A few days back, Adhyayan Suman had tweeted, ''#MeToo is a movement empowering men and women alike to come out in the open and speak up. My tweets were a way of reaching out to all the people who wanted to be heard and not to gain any publicity in this hot debacle. I spoke up 2 years ago and I was shunned , criticised on national tv. I wasn't believed then and I don't want to waste time retelling a story already out for the public to read . To all the media houses calling me and asking me to speak up in an interview, I do not wish to. I didn't have ur support then and I definitely don't need it.'' (sic)