However, when approached by Times of India (TOI), the young actor, who is currently busy promoting his upcoming film Baaghi: A Rebel for Love, denied making these statements and called them “ridiculous”.
Shroff responded to TOI and said: With notions of sexism and feminism as muddled up as they are in contemporary Indian society, Shroff’s clarification is a welcomed update.
Baaghi: A Rebel for Love hits theatres all over on 29 April.
The story is a romance against the backdrop of an action film.
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