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Kubra Sait : 'If You Can't Slap Yourself You Haven't Really Loved Yourself'

Kubra Sait has joined many - actors and Twitter users in criticizing filmmaker Sandeep Vanga Reddy's comments while defending the slapping scene in his latest movie, Shahid Kapoor starrer Kabir Singh. 
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Sandeep Vanga, during an exclusive interview, was asked about the allegations of the toxic masculinity and poor treatment of the women in his film.

to which Reddy replied, "when you are very deeply in the love and deeply connected to a woman and vice versa if you don't have the liberty of slapping each other then I don't see anything there".

Kubra Sait took to her twitter and posted a video and wrote: "This is what love will look like if men and women are taught that slapping is being emotional." 

take a look:


in another video, she shared hours later Kubra slaps her self on her face and says, "If you can't slap yourself you haven't loved yourself."


"so what you're about to see in this video is graphic and it can be very hard to digest but this is what I call as the self-love"

The original film "Arjun Reddy" had also faced the criticism but Shahid Kapoor starrer faced multiple folds of it. 

Sandeep Vanga also called the people criticizing the film as 'parasites who are the real threat to the film industry.' He added that probably they never experienced the love in the right way.

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