Actress Urvashi Rautela shared a picture of herself getting her hair cut on Instagram. “CHOPPED MY HAIR OFF!” she captioned with the photo. I cut my hair in support of Iranian women and girls who have died during demonstrations following Mahsa Amini’s death following her imprisonment by the Iranian morality police, as well as for all females.
And for Ankita Bhandari, a 19-year-old from Uttarakhand. ” Women from all over the world are chopping off their hair in unison to oppose the Iranian government. Honor women. Global Women’s Revolution Symbol. Women’s hair is viewed as a representation of their beauty.
Women who cut their hair in public are demonstrating that they don’t care about social norms for beauty and that nothing or no one has the right to dictate how they dress, act, or live.
“Once women come together and regard one women’s concern as an issue of the entire womankind, feminism will experience a new vigour,” Urvashi said in her photo description.
Since Urvashi disclosed that she is now in Australia, internet users have been cruelly making fun of her for “stalking Rishabh Pant.”
She then expressed her annoyance and pleaded with people to quit “bullying” her on Instagram. People mocked her once more when she made a comparison between her predicament and that of Mahsa Amini, an Iranian girl who was detained on September 13 in Tehran for wearing “inappropriately” and passed away three days later while still in detention.
After Mahsa Amini was killed, there were protests and battles with the police during which several people died.
Iran Human Rights (IHR) NGO, an organisation located in Norway, reports that more than 100 people have died as a result of the widespread demonstrations that have taken place after Mahsa Amini’s passing. Iranian schoolgirls and women have flocked to the streets in large numbers to protest Amini’s passing by taking off their hijabs and holding demonstrations.