Swara Bhasker Gives a Befitting Reply to Director Vivek Agnihotri Who Tries to Slut Shame Her on Twitter – Read Tweets

Swara Bhasker seems to be fighting a Twitter war every day. The actress recently trolled a Twitter user when he asked her father about her vibrator scene from Veere Di Wedding. The actress who's known for being outspoken and speaking her mind is often mistaken as brash but she has no qualms about it. From playing a woman card to cashing in on an issue, Swara has been targeted for anything and everything she either writes or support. But guess, that's the nation where we live. And Swara has made peace with it. Bhima Koregaon Arrests: Swara Bhasker Trolls Ruling Government; Claims People Who Celebrated Mahatma Gandhi's Death Are in Power Today - Watch Video

After teaching a Twitterati a lesson for his life for his 'vibrator explanation' demand, Swara recently slammed director Vivek Agnihotri who tried to slut-shame her in public. The entire conversation started when the Raanjhana actress tried to lend her support to the Kerala nun rape case. However, the director felt she was simply cashing in on the issue. When Swara tweeted her outrage saying, Absolutely shameful and disgusting!!!! Scum present across political spectrums and religious divides in India. Literally nauseating!,  he mocked her by asking where's the placard #MeTooProstituteNun?

The director who tried to slut-shame the actress in a rather polite way received a befitting reply from Swara that really made sense. She answered his mockery by saying Vivek. Just want to point out that you are using the trauma of women who are rape survivors to slut shame and abuse in public a woman you don’t like. In the rare moments of sanity that may visit your brain - otherwise unhinged with hate- think about how low that is. #scum.  Payal Rohatgi takes a Dig At Swara Bhasker's Anti-Rape Stand and Veere Di Wedding's Masturbation Scene on Twitter; See How Swara Responds to This

This isn't the first time when Vivek has targetted Swara for speaking her mind. Earlier during Padmaavat controversy, when the actress had penned an open letter saying the film made her feel reduced to a vagina due to the self-immolation climax scene, the director had called her a fake feminist. 'What women need to understand that it's because of the fake feminists like Swara that the feminist movement gets jeopardised. You just can't piss off people and win the most critical war of modern times - the gender empathy," he had said. So, their Twitter war is on since then and we don't think it's going to end anytime soon.