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Popular for her role of “MTV Girls on Top”, TV actress Saloni Chopra, in an interview with the Witty Feed, talked about her life journey and what inspires her to be this vocal and influential.

A reporter asked Saloni, “Is she bold from childhood?” Saloni replied: “No, I wasn’t this bold as a kid. I had small patches of hair on my head, and my mother never offered me a cap.

Mothers Buy Underwear For Their Sons, But Have You Ever Seen Men Purchasing Bras For Their Daughters?

Saloni further added that she was inspired by her mother to stand for what she believes in. “I may have been born under the supervision of two, but I was solely raised by one. My mother. From learning to walk, talk, my education, my view on life and people, everything that I am today, is the work of the women on my maternal side. They sure as hell raised one strongly opinionated girl.”

“It is the incidents over the years and the movement from country to country that transformed me.”

The reporter further asked Saloni about her interests. She responded: “Travelling. I am often broke because of it… and making documentaries.”

Mothers Buy Underwear For Their Sons, But Have You Ever Seen Men Purchasing Bras For Their Daughters?

The next question which was asked of her, “How are women supposed to grow, if they are objectified every time and for everything they do?”

Saloni said: ”

Mothers buy underwear for their sons, but have you ever seen men purchasing bras for their daughters?”

“Why do we have to sexualise everything?”

Mothers Buy Underwear For Their Sons, But Have You Ever Seen Men Purchasing Bras For Their Daughters?

Saloni answered this question as, “During ancient days, bras were considered a luxury. But now it is merely something used to objectify and sexualise women. Also, a mother feeding her own child is natural, it isn’t something that should be sexualised.”

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