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In an Instagram post, the actress announced that her upcoming film, “Right Time,” is based on her life and the struggles she faced as a rape survivor.
According to the actress, her memories at the hands of a child molester are an unforgettable aspect of her life that keeps resurfacing at every point.
She also encouraged parents to provide their children with the confidence to say something without hesitation.
She said, “The essence of being a filmmaker is to be a voice in society.” This is what I was able to accomplish with my most recent film, RIGHT TIME.
My encounters at the hands of a paedophile were unimaginable, with flashbacks that resurfaced at every point of my existence. Losing my virginity at the tender age of ten is not something that any girl child can experience.
Our culture can foster an atmosphere in which victims of molestation will speak out without fear of being blacklisted or stigmatised.
Mine is just a case out of many. We can’t afford to raise our girls in this manner. Our girls need to be protected.
Parents should give their children the comfort of expressions. Make your child your friend. Let your child be able to approach you on any burdening issues without fear.
Together, we can change the picture of things.