Salman’s ‘rape’ comment was insensitive, Aamir Khan


Aamir Khan tagged Salman Khan’s ‘raped woman’ as inappropriate and insensitive. During the poster launch of ‘Dangal’, when Aamir was asked to comment on Salman Khan’s ‘raped woman’ controversial remark, he said, "I wasn't present when he made the comment but going by media reports, I feel what he said was unfortunate and rather insensitive”.

When the perfectionist was if he would offer his colleague advice, he told the press, "Who am I to advise?"

Salman had landed himself in soup when he compared himself to a raped woman while taking about the gruelling shoot of ‘Sultan’. "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", Salman said in an interview.

The National Commission of Women summoned Salman Khan and asked him to apologise. Salman replied to the NCW but he is yet to apologize for the hurting remark.

At the ‘Dangal’ event, Aamir also said, "Religion is a personal thing, he has a right to his opinion," when asked about actor Irrfan Khan's questioning of Ramzan fasts. "We have forgotten the real meaning of rituals. We have made them a tamasha (scene). Qurbani means sacrificing something close to your heart and sharing with others. Today, you buy a goat from the market for sacrifice. It is something to think about, it is a matter of common sense, we all should ask ourselves how sacrificing another life earns us any goodwill”.