Prasoon Joshi took a leap to oppose Sunny Leone as India’s youth role model.
Well, many of you may agree to disagree with what Prasoon Joshi intend to comprehend but he indeed took out of the league encouraging step to condemn what the society neglects to accept.
According to Mid-Day’s report, Prasoon Joshi said:
I don’t support Sunny Leone’s past profession and I don’t even want the youth to get inspired by that. But it is also not acceptable to take someone up to the well for this. If the person is a drug dealer, that’s the person’s personal choice. Will I disrespect the person? No! Will I insult the person publicly? No! That probably my culture doesn’t allow. But at the same time, I wouldn’t encourage the profession either. Certain professions don’t play a constructive role in bringing up a great society, we need to criticise them as well. I think that’s a free society, people have choices to make. But if the choices are not great, then we need to criticise. I think we need to draw a fine line; it is not such a black and white subject.
Sunny Leone has been int the news for some time again since she was recently interviewed for the “hot seat”. When the interview was on the air, it became certainly obvious that the questions bombarded on her were somewhat agonising pertaining to Sunny’s previous erotic profession. Although Sunny very sportingly answered the sets and refuted to the thought that she in any scenario regret her earlier profession.
B-town also came in supporting this actor after they felt that the questions were quite uncomfortable to be interrogated in public. Aamir Khan also couldn’t stay stealth even though he is into constant controversial arena over intolerance these days. Aamir supported Sunny over the aspect that the interviewer acknowledged he may not intend to work with Sunny due to her professional background.
We build our society on the pillars of values that are socially and morally accepted circumferencing the sought after fundamentals, so it is our responsibility to safeguard its dignity, but when we talk of freedom and modern world the confined values seems to deter and we have also seen many drastic changes over time. Although the society should remain open to change and alteration as and when required but the bigger question is TO WHAT EXTENT? Well, the time will tell…
What are your thoughts on Sunny Leone and our society?