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Renowned Hollywood actress of Indian origin, Freida Pinto, states that the protest march initiated by women at the Donald Trump's Presidential swearing ceremony was actually not against him, not even against any individual but the overall injustice prevailing in the country.
"One of the things that people grossly misunderstood is that the woman's march was something that was against Trump only." She said.
"It was the culmination of all things that men, women and children have been feeling for such a long time -- whether it comes to simple acts and freedom of deciding where they want to live and how they are going to live," stated Freida in a statement.
The Slumdog Millionaire star also says that no one has a legal right to stop anyone from going places.
"If they are immigrants, they shouldn't be banned from legally going to any place where they could possibly have or start leading a better life. Even for LGBT communities, your rights can not be taken away from you." Said the actress.
"So it was really a march to protest against all these injustices as opposed to one person that we were trying to protest against," she added.
The actress also mentioned that "it was not the happiest moment" to come out of the former President Barack Obama's regime of "glorious eight years".