Iran Hijab Controversy: Mandana Karimi’s solo protest, disappointed by responses of people
Iran Hijab Controversy: Mandana Karimi’s solo protest, disappointed by responses of people

Bigg Boss fame Mandana Karimi has appeared in various bollywood movies. She has been leaving India and is quite popular in India. At present time protest is going in Iran. Mandana Karimi recently opens up on these trends and now the actress has shared a video.

The actress shared a long video of her solo protest. The video begins with her standing alone at the prominent landmark, holding a placard with information about what is happening in Iran. The actress interacts with people and also with some students gathered there, who briefly engage with her too. She captioned the video, “For Iran, for my mother’s tears, for my brother’s broken face and heart, for sleepless nights, for freedom for life.”

The actress in an interview speaking about her protest said, “On October 1, people across the world organised a Pan Global Protest Day to stand in solidarity for Iran. 150 cities worldwide stood in protest but I couldn’t find India on that list. So, I decided to organise one in the city. The responses I received from people were disappointing. She further added, “I have to speak to my PR team but they said we are just two of us, what can we it’s better to post online about what’s happening back home, and give interviews.” She further speaking about others words said, “I have family commitments I don’t care, I don’t live in Iran anymore I will put a story. These were just some of the words that left me hollow and broken.”

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Mandana said, “ I was reminded of Mahsa Amini. She was alone as well. She didn’t know anyone in Tehran and that she is the reason for this movement. Saturday was important to show our people back home in Iran that we are with you. So, I went out alone, held Mahsa’s name, played Sherveen’s song and explained to the few who gathered about the current situation in my country. It was overwhelming, but I felt part of something bigger.” 

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A protest is going on Iran. Women in Iran have been publicly chopping off their hair and burning their hijabs to protest against the country’s draconian laws. People are chanting Death to the Dictator, calling for the end of the three- decade rule of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader. The Iranian government has dismissed the protest as a foreign plot rather than the expression of public outrage over Mahsa Amini’s death

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