Salman Summoned by National Women’s Commission to Appear on 8 July
The reply he sent through his lawyer seemed unapologetic to the NCW.
- Salman Khan on Thursday has been summoned by the National Commission for Women to appear before them on 8 July regarding the controversy surrounding his rape remark.
- On Wednesday, the NCW Chairperson Lalitha Kumaramangalam stated that the reply that the actor sent through his lawyer was “not apologetic at all”.
- The controversy sprung when Khan, in an interview, said that the shoot for his upcoming film Sultan was so gruelling, that he felt like ‘a raped woman’, unable to walk after his hours of training.
(With inputs from PTI.)
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