Maharashtra State Commission for Women summons Salman Khan
Mumbai: Taking cognisance of media reports on Salman Khan’s controversial ‘raped woman’ remark, the Maharashtra State Commission for women has summoned the actor on June 29.
Salman, recently said he felt like a ‘raped woman’ every time he came out of ring during the shoot of his upcoming movie 'Sultan'.
National Commission for Women chief Lalitha Kumaramangalam has sought a public apology and an explanation from the actor.
The commission has also remarked that Salman's comments are 'irresponsible and careless'.
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