Kajol said, after the #MeToo movement, men whether good, bad, indifferent took seven steps back. “After the #MeToo movement took a life of its own and embroiled a lot of very well known people in it, I think somewhere down the line, men – good, bad, indifferent – took seven steps back. And, that was necessary. More than good or bad, there is a lot of thought put into everybody’s daily interactions whether it’s on a set or in an office environment,” said the actress, who was recently seen in Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior
, who openly admitted of undergoing plastic surgery recently, said she is proud that a lot of people had the courage in India to speak out in public about the #MeToo movement. “Like she (Kajol) said, the awareness that somebody is questioning and you are answerable. That applies to human behaviour in general… Quite honestly, I didn’t think that India would take it to that level, so big and it made me really proud that people had the courage to come out and speak up,” she said.
Meanwhile, Kajol has denied doing a film with Shah Rukh Khan
. There were strong rumours that Kajol might be seen with SRK in either Raj and Krishna DK’s next, South filmmaker Atlee’s film or Rajkumar Hirani’s new film. However, the actress has said that those are only rumours. Well, this must have broken many hearts who would have wanted this sought-after Bollywood pair to come on the big screen after the lackluster Dilwale