Urvashi Rautela cut hair in solidarity of Iranian women
Urvashi Rautela cut hair in solidarity of Iranian women

MUMBAI: In support of Iranian women demonstrating against Mahsa's death, actress Urvashi Rautela, who had previously compared herself to the late Mahsa Amini, has released photos of herself 'chopping off hair'.

Urvashi wrote a message on Amini's passing on Instagram. She was observed wearing a blue kurta and sitting on the ground as a man used scissors to trim her hair. She had her back to the camera.

In addition to the article, she also wrote on Ankita Bhandari, who was killed in Uttarakhand last month, feminism, and Iranian protests.

"Cut off my hair! I cut my hair in support of Iranian girls and women who have died during demonstrations against Mahsa Amini's death following her imprisonment by the Iranian morality police, as well as for all the females. And for dear Ankita Bhandari, a 19-year-old from Uttarakhand," Urvashi said.

"Women all around the world are banding together in protest against the Iranian government by cutting their hair," she continued. esteem females A universal representation of women's empowerment, women's hair is viewed as a representation of their beauty. Women who cut their hair in public are demonstrating that they don't care about social norms for beauty and that they won't let anything or anybody dictate how they dress, act, or live. Feminism will gain new vigour as women band together and view one woman's problem as a problem facing all women. Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman, was brutally murdered by Iran's "morality police" for defying the country's severe dress code restrictions and exposing some of her hair. Nationwide demonstrations followed.

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