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Sona Mohapatra's Facebook post on Kangana Ranaut: Would it be okay for a 'man' to do this?
Sona Mohapatra has come up with her take on feminism, reverting back to the trolls, she talked about Kangana Ranaut. Sona Mohapatra is a singer, lyricist and a music composer. Her full blooded singing spirits and her peppery performance has showered her with much popularity.

She took up to what Kangana had said in a recent interview and also wrote a long post on Facebook. She had a substantial query on how 'trail of relationships' can make Ranaut a feminist icon. Mohapatra without mincing any word came out open about the issue earlier this week. She had mentioned on her Facebook post about Kangana's "regurgitating personal details" and "washing dirty linen in public".

Ranaut's interview with Rajat Sharma on the TV show, Aap Ki Adalat has been floating over in the news feeds and social media. Kangana was all in an open discussion with Rajat Sharma about her alleged relationship with Hrithik Roshan and about her legal row. She also mentioned about her spats with Aditya Pancholi and her house arrest.

Mohapatra had posted on September 4 that she had 'cheered loudly' for Ranaut in the past, said that it was part of a "professional PR campaign" before Simran's release.

She had some strong points; she wrote, "Also, it does a big dis-service to the cause of feminism & fair play. Wish you well & wish you would rise above this muck & make your point through actions & your work. Your success doesn't need this tabloid trail."

Now in her new post Mohapatra, writes about her opinions about feminism and deals with it in a divergent line, bringing forth a lot of inference. Eventually asking how Kangana Ranaut's cause can be allied to the real idea of feminism.

Here she writes, "Would it be okay for a 'man' to do this? Be part of a pre-release PR trail for their film & keep talking about relationships & affairs, interview after interview & bare gory banal details of personal lives & play to the gallery. He would be crucified for it & I do believe there lays the hypocrisy. In this case the person is being crowned as the leading light of 'feminism'. Why? How? These relationships were after all those that you chose to have."

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