Shaktiman Actor Mukesh Khanna in a recent misogynist comment left the internet aghast.
Khanna is famous for her portrayal as the Indian Superhero character Shaktiman on Television, now he runs a YouTube channel with the name Bheeshm International.
Earlier this week, he shared a video titled “Kya aapko bhi aisi ladkiya lubhati hain?”. (Do such females also entice you?) “Koi bhi ladki agar kisi ladke ko kahe ‘I want to have sex with you,‘ wo ladki, ladki nahi hai, wo dhanda kar rahi hai” (ladies who crave sex and beg for it are sex workers),” he said in the video.
“Because a normal girl from a civilised culture would never utter such things,” Khanna remarked.
The comment drew a lot of criticism on the internet. The video circulated on social media, and some viewers chastised the actor for his remarks. “I’m sorry, Shaktimaan, but you’re in the wrong this time.” “a user commented “Never meet your idols, even if they are online, “said another.
Mukesh Khanna was idolised by a generation of children in the 1990s.
Shaktimaan, which was broadcast on Doordarshan from 1997 to 2005, is regarded as India’s first superhero show. In it, Mr Khanna portrayed the well-known superhero and his alter ego Pandit Gangadhar Vidyadhar Mayadhar Omkarnath Shastri.
In addition, the actor has acted in a few Bollywood films, including Saudagar, Main Khiladi Tu Anari, and Hera Pheri (2000).