Ayesha Takia’s Husband Compared Actresses With Prostitutes

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Bollywood actress Ayesha Takia’s husband Farhan Azmi targeted bollywood actresses. Recently, Samajwadi Party’s Maharashtra Unit Chief Abu Azmi recently shared his view on the mass molestation incident in Bengaluru on New Year’s Eve. 

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In his statement to a leading daily, Abu had said that molestation is unavoidable since women are of the opinion that being nude is in fashion. “If a girl celebrates after dark she should go with her husband, father and not with strangers. There should be strict action against those going against our culture,” Abu said.

This is not the first time Abu Azmi has gone on record to say something in context with the same. Back in 2014 he held the same opinion According to Abu Azmi, “Rape is punishable by hanging in Islam. But here, nothing happens to women, only to men. Even the woman is guilty.” Regarding her father-in-law’s statements, Ayesha had expressed her grief and rage regarding them on Twitter.

Actress Esha Gupta took a dig at Abu Azmi’s rampant misogyny and tweeted that the only woman to blame in regard to Azmi’s remarks is his mother for unknowingly giving birth to a “jerk”.

Soon, Farhan Azmi, Abu Azmi’s son took to the micro – blogging site and attacked Esha in the most vile manner possible.

Farhan re-tweet a photo of Esha and wrote: @eshagupta2811 look at the pic of yours & say do u have any right to speak about @abuasimazmi @abufarhanazmi #SHAME


Farhan took offense to that as well and tweeted saying

Farhan Azmi’s misogynist rant continued, wherein he compared Esha to a prostitute.

All said and done, before Farhan Azmi went berserk, he did condemn his father’s statements by saying, “Women can roam around as they want, nobody has the right to touch them. Her rights should be protected. Why do we analyse such incidents. Nobody has the right to say such things. My father must have said this in stress. I will speak to him. I have seven sisters. We had a discussion after his previous comments and my father agreed not to say such things again. I support the girls who have faced the incident.”