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After RGV, Rakhi Sawant’s shocker: Women should take coaching classes to give pleasure

After Bollywood director Ram Gopal Varma’s nasty tweet on Sunny Leone on Women’s Day, actor Rakhi Sawant has extended her support to him and said that she too believes that women should learn how to give pleasure.

bollywood Updated: Mar 10, 2017 09:18 IST
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Rakhi Sawant is cashing in on the controversy around Ram Gopal Varma and his tweet on Sunny Leone.
Rakhi Sawant is cashing in on the controversy around Ram Gopal Varma and his tweet on Sunny Leone.

Soon after the derogatory tweet of filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma on Women’s Day landed him in trouble, Bollywood actress Rakhi Sawant backed him by saying every woman should let go of their responsibilities of kitchen and learn to give pleasure to her man.

While talking to the media, Rakhi said, “Whatever Ram Gopal Varma said is right. I am with him, where he has praised Sunny Leone. I would also like to say that every woman, as said by Ram Gopal Varma, should learn to give pleasure.”

Rakhi Sawant with other actors in Jammu on Saturday for the shooting of film Before Christmas. (PTI)

“Women should let go their responsibilities of kitchen and should take coaching classes of how to give pleasure,” she added.

The item girl lauded the ace producer for his tweet and said a woman spends her entire life to raise her kids and a man forgets the relationship of 20 to 30 years in a snap, as soon as he sees an attractive woman.

On Thursday, Varma took to Twitter and apologised to “those who genuinely got offended.”

The Satya director took to his Twitter handle to say, “Was just expressing my feelings but I apologise to all who were offended due to my unintended insensitive tweets in context of women’s day.”

“My apology is only to those who genuinely got offended and not to those who ranted for publicity and threatened to take law into their hands,” he added.

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