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Sara Ali Khan and Abhishek Singh visit Delhi’s Miranda House college as part of ‘No Shame Movement’

The movement is all about supporting young girls whose images have been shared on the internet without their consent

Entertainment Web Desk Calcutta Published 12.10.22, 11:32 AM
Sara Ali Khan and Abhishek Singh.

Sara Ali Khan and Abhishek Singh. Instagram

Sara Ali Khan and Abhishek Singh visited Miranda House College in New Delhi on Tuesday as part of the ‘No Shame Movement’ to support young girls who fall victim to non-consensual sharing of images on the internet.

In a talk show session organised by United by Blood with NSS and the Department of Chemistry, Miranda House College, Sara addressed the issue of young girls’ images being shared on the web without their consent and how it deeply affects their mental well-being.

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Sara Ali Khan addressing the crowd.

Sara Ali Khan addressing the crowd. Twitter

The 27-year-old actress has been lauded for standing up for this social issue and providing support to girls whose intimate images have been shared on the web without consent.

Law and justice minister Kiran Rijiju praised the actress for joining the ‘No Shame Movement’ amidst rising cases of image abuse.

The Kedarnath actress is now working on three projects, including in Dharma Productions-project Ae Watan Mere Watan alongside Varun Dhawan, where she will portray the role of a freedom fighter. Apart from that, Sara will be seen opposite Vicky Kaushal in an untitled project by Maddock Films as well as in Gaslight opposite Vikrant Massey.

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