Hollywood star Ashton Kutcher took to social networking site Facebook to share the much-debated 'My Choice' video featuring Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone.
In 'My Choice' director Homi Adajania has teamed up with Padukone to highlight women empowerment.
The film is a montage of 99 Indian women of all ages ranging from actress Nimrat Kaur to author and film critic Anupama Chopra and set to Padukone's narration.
The video has been a subject of debate in India ever since it made its way online, with certain sections calling it elitist, while others praised it as a step in the right direction.
Kutcher had earlier praised Alia Bhatt's short film on women's safety.
Titled 'Going Home', the short film was directed by 'Queen' helmer Vikas Bahl.