Chinmayi Sripada Is Enraged Over Sathish’s Inappropriate Comment On Dharsha Gupta’s Clothes. And So Are We!
I have a question for everyone out there – who made men the fashion police for women? Because as far as my knowledge goes, I don’t remember women asking men to take on this role. I don’t understand why men think it is okay or even funny to tell a woman what she should wear and how she should wear it. And if you think that these men are just part of the general population, think again. Recently, Chinmayi Sripada called out actor Sathish for commenting on Dharsha Gupta and comparing her outfit with Sunny Leone. Chinmayi Sripada criticised him for such comments and asked men as a whole to stop this behaviour.
On November 9, Chinmayi Sripada shared a video from the audio launch of Dharsha Gupta and Sunny Leone’s new Tamil movie Oh My Ghost. In that video, actor Sathish is seen pointing at the two of them and commenting that the former who is from Coimbatore and still not wearing clothes according to their culture.
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In the video Chinmayi Sripada shared, Sathish said, “Sunny Leone has come from Mumbai for the event, and look at the way she’s dressed (in a saree). But look at the other woman (Dharsha Gupta), who is from Coimbatore, and look what she’s wearing.” Dharsha Gupta was wearing a blue blouse with a matching skirt while Sunny Leone wore a green saree with a pink blouse.
I mean – To actually *point* at a woman and ask for mass heckling of a crowd by a man on a woman who doesn’t dress according to culture.
When will this behaviour from men stop?
Its not funny. pic.twitter.com/HIoC0LM8cM
— Chinmayi Sripaada (@Chinmayi) November 9, 2022
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Sathish when asked about his inappropriate comment on Dharsha Gupta’s clothing, he said that he made the statement on a light note. However, the comment did not sit well with Chinmayi Sripada and she took to Twitter to call him out. She wrote, “I mean – To actually *point* at a woman and ask for mass heckling of a crowd by a man on a woman who doesn’t dress according to culture. When will this behaviour from men stop? Its not funny.”
Ngl, her outrage is extremely valid. For far too long men think it is okay to comment on a woman’s clothes. And when they are called out, they think they’ll get away by brushing it off as a joke. But that needs to stop. It is not funny to comment on a woman’s clothes and it never will be. So, stop it.