Gauri Khan Pens a note on women empowerment: Ever since her daughter Suhana khan decided to confront the online trollers, the young starlet is constantly in lime light. This time though Her mother Gauri khan has decided to come out in support. She took to her Instagram handle to share a picture of herself. Along with the photo, she penned a note on women empowerment. Also Read- Suhana Khan Denies Claim of Going Through Skin-Lighting Surgery
Earlier, Suhana Khan slammed ‘colourism’ in her post. She shared comments by trolls who called her “ugly”, “kaali” and shared that she has been called out for her dark skin since she was 12 years old.
In her post, Gauri Khan tagged designer Monisha Jaising, choreographer Farah Khan, Ananya Panday’s mom Bhavana Pandey, actress Neelam Kothari, and Sanjay Kapoor’s wife Maheep Kapoor, among others. The post was captioned as, ”I am a woman.
Protector, muse, wanderer, achiever, dreamer…
You only see a part of me. The part that is rooted in my role, not in my soul. All that’s unseen completes me, and from there I draw my strength.
This image is a reminder to stay #RootedToStrength.
Tag women who inspire your soul. Post a cropped image of yourself, share this text and let’s create a global grid of strength. @monishajaising @falgunipeacock @farahkhankunder @bhavanapandey @neelamkotharisoni @seemakhan76 @maheepkapoor @badbolaadminshivaniwpasrich @gitikatarapore”.
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Gauri was recently in the news as she announced the first book about her journey as a designer and design philosophy. The book will be launched in 2021. Also Read- Ajay Devgn pens an adoring note on Daughter’s day
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