Salman Khan not sorry for ‘raped’ remark, replies to NCW
Till date superstar Salman Khan did not apologize for his ‘raped woman’ remark but he responded to the NCW's notice. NCW chairperson Lalitha Kumaramangalam said that the commission has received Salman's reply to their notice and that their legal team is yet to read and react.
The NCW had written a letter to Salman after he said in an interview that he feels like a ‘raped woman’ after a gruelling ‘Sultan’ shoots.
Two days ago, Kumaramangalam told the media, "We had written a letter to him last week asking why he made such a remark but he has not replied so far. We have taken his remarks very seriously and will issue summons to him immediately as he has failed to reply to the letter in which we had asked him to apologise within seven days."
But Salman Khan is yet to apologize for his remark. The ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ actor said in an interview, "While shooting, during those six hours, there'd be so much of lifting and thrusting on the ground involved. That was tough for me because if I was lifting, I'd have to lift the same 120-kilo guy 10 times for 10 different angles. And likewise, get thrown that many times on the ground. This act is not repeated that many times in the real fights in the ring. When I used to walk out of the ring, after the shoot, I used to feel like a raped woman. I couldn't walk straight”.
While Salman's father Salim Khan apologised on behalf of his son, brother and producer Arbaaz Khan backed his big brother and said that his intention was not wrong.
"Undoubtedly what Salman said is wrong, the
simili (sic), example and the context. The intention was not wrong", says Salim Khan.