#HyderabadHorror: We are raising our children badly, says Mahima Chaudhry
You are raising bad children in this country. There is a defect because another violation has occurred in Hyderabad, he said Mahima Chaudhry during a session in the Times LitFest on Saturday, urging the audience to introspect on how the children were raised in India.
Equality begins at home
“Another violation has happened in Hyderabad, about which everyone is tweeting. I feel ashamed, I feel hurt. I feel that it is I who has been raped every time I hear about an incident like this, he said, adding: When I'm going to talk in schools, I talk to mothers and fathers, because the way we are raising children in our country is evil. Let's say, in a family there is a 12 year old girl and a 12 year old boy, and a guest visits. It is the girl who is asked to serve tea and not the boy. Why?
“If dinner needs to be served to the father, if the clothes need to be ironed, the parents ask the girl to do it, not the boy. Why? Equality must start at home. When a child is late home after college, nobody questions him. But if a girl is late even half an hour, the mother asks: Kahan thi? Why don't you ask the boy where he was? You must have the same rules for children in homes. You should ask them the same questions because there is a defect in the way we are raising our children. You have to give them the same freedoms, the same treatment and the same freedom, ”he said.
‘I am happy with Nitin Gadkari For making traffic regulations tighter, review fines
Mahima also thanked the Ministry of Road and Highway Transportation for reviewing fines for traffic violations, such as speeding and drunk driving. Under the new Motor Vehicles Act, which entered into force as of September 1 of this year, fines have been increased for traffic violations.n Sharing a grim experience in this regard, Mahima said: I did not fight during my first days. My first movie was 'Pardes' in front Shahrukh khan and my second movie 'Daag - The Fire' was also a great success. But one morning, while I was going to shoot my third movie 'Dil Kya Kare' (1999), a truck hit my car. My car window smashed and the glass went through my entire face.
She added, “This is why I am so happy with Nitin Gadkari (Minister of Road Transport and Highways) for making traffic rules stricter. I had seen it in movies that if you are an actor, the only thing that gets damaged is your face. When I saw my face in the hospital, I just collapsed. That is when my struggle began, after three successful films. I didn’t want to tell people that this has happened to me. I begged Ajay Devgn, who was also the producer of the film, to not tell anyone. I told Ajay, ‘ Abhi toh meri zindagi khatm hui hai race khatm hua hai, But there is some hope. Pair agar logon ko pata shawl gaya toh bolenge iska toh chehra hello kharab ho gay to. He would be buried. Ajay Devgn took care of everything.
“A year later, when I was ready to sign films, I heard that the producers had heard that I had made tantrums, that I had returned signing amounts. People called me in a bad mood. But I still came back in movies with special appearances in many movies.