Shah Rukh Khan talks about the impact of the #MeToo movement


The film industry has continued to support the Me Too Movement since it began more than a year ago. While the movement has lasted longer, it impacted the Indian film industry just a while ago. Speaking about how the West influenced the victims to speak, superstar Shah Rukh Khan shared her thoughts about the movement and its impact. He said: "It started from there … in the West and gave women a voice to go out and talk about something that could have happened a few years ago … He gave them enough support to tell their stories."

Shah Rukh explained the magnitude of this movement and said: "The greatness of this movement is that in the future, we have to accept that people mistreat women in most camps, it has been a conversation everywhere."

Speaking about how the way people take action in the industry has changed, SRK said: “In the world of film and media, it has made us a little more aware now. I think the main thing is that people are aware that this will not be affected if someone behaves improperly. "

Khan also emphasized his idea of ​​respecting women and how he has assimilated the same to his son Aryan: "I teach my 21-year-old son that disrespecting a person is not right, and I don't mean hitting or the kind of things that #MeToo has brought to light. I'm talking about basic respect. I've been married for 30 years, I've never looked in my wife's purse. I still knock on the bedroom door if it's changing; I knock on the door. from my daughter's room. They know it's me, but this is their space. "