Sofia Hayat indirectly blames Salman Khan for the rise in crimes against Women

Sofia Hayat, the popular model, and actress had indirectly blamed Bollywood Superstar Salman Khan and his TV reality show ‘Bigg Boss’ for the rise in crimes in India.


She posted a number of videos on her Instagram and blamed Salman Khan for not standing up for her when Armaan Kohli had abused her in Bigg Boss season 7.



In her video, Sofia Hayat questioned, “Why do women get so much of disrespect? In this case, it was even a child. These TV shows that you people watch have a lot of influence, and the stars also have a lot of influence. When I was in Bigg Boss, Armaan (Kohli) had abused girls, had been physical with me also, but Salman Khan remained silent. He didn’t do anything about it. I want to tell all those stars that whenever any atrocity is carried out on any woman or child, you must stand up for them. We need to change the way the country thinks. This is not about religion, a program is being sent to people’s minds through TV shows, media, and politics. We have to stop all these.”


However, this is not the first time that Sofia targeted Salman Khan. Previously, Sofia posted that she’s extremely happy about Salman being sentenced to five years in jail in the blackbuck poaching case.


Sofia had posted, “Karma gets you in the end…Many people are afraid to talk against Salman because they think he controls Bollywood. Well, I no longer serve my ego and therefore am not afraid to speak up. I am so happy that Salman has gone to jail for what he has done. Animals are so important to this planet and doing what he did and then mocking it was a huge act of his own self-importance.”


The devil is in the rapist..stop him entering you

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What is religion doing in the name of Asifa?

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How did this happen again? #Asifa

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Who is Asifa? The answer is here.

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