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Kudos to all women who are claiming their stories: Swara on #MeToo

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is happy that women are coming out and claiming their stories.

Swara was here to walk for on the final day of the ongoing edition of Lotus Make-Up Fashion Week (LMIFW).

Asked her opinion about the ongoing #MeToo movement in India, Swara said: "Have already spoken at length about it. I also tweeted my support. I think the #MeToo movement was a long time pending in and it's good that it has finally come out and kudos goes to all the women who are braving their past trauma and re-living it and claiming their own stories with their own names."

Swara stressed that their stories should be heard.

"We should all listen...I am not only talking about Bollywood, I am talking about all workplace," she added.

The #MeToo movement in started after Tanushree in September recalled an with veteran from the sets of "Horn 'OK' Pleassss" in 2008. After that, a slew of controversies surrounding Vikas Bahl, Chetan Bhagat, Gursimran Khamba, Kailash Kher, and have emerged.

The #MeToo movement began in Hollywood last year with reporting multiple sexual assault allegations against Hollywood mogul It led to the opening of a of complaints against celebrated personalities like Bill Cosby, and



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First Published: Sat, October 13 2018. 17:28 IST