8 Times when Bollywood stars shut down inappropriate questions

During certain occasions, our Bollywood celebs intelligently called out regressive questions and inappropriate comments and gave the kind of answers that had us rooting for them off-screen as well.

8 Times when Bollywood stars shut down inappropriate questions 8 Times when Bollywood stars shut down inappropriate questions Source : Press

Every coin has two sides, so apart from the fame our Bollywood celebs receive they also have to bear the unnecessary intrusion on their personal lives. But during certain occasions, our Bollywood celebs intelligently called out regressive questions and inappropriate comments and gave the kind of answers that had us rooting for them off-screen as well.

So here are 8 Bollywood stars who shut-down inappropriate questions -

Sunny Leone - The 'Ragini MMS 2' star was called by Bhupendra Chaubey for an interview and constantly insulted her. He went too far when he said, "I'm wondering whether I'm morally corrupted because I'm interviewing you." But Sunny shot back with an intelligent remark and said, "I can leave if you want me to."

Sunny Leone

Kangana Ranaut - When Kangana Ranaut was invited on Koffee With Karan, she answered all the questions unabashedly which opened floodgates about nepotism in the industry and how outsiders are treated.

Kangana Ranaut

Parineeti Chopra - During a press conference about sanitary napkins, a journalist continued to refer to menstruation as 'problems' and Parineeti was quick to teach him about breaking the menstruation taboos.

Parineeti Chopra

Shah Rukh Khan - Shah Rukh Khan, who is clearly the king of witty comebacks and sarcasm taught a journalist that exaggerated attention on his third child Abram could be better diverted to other matters.

Shah Rukh Khan

Vidya Balan - During a press interaction, an interviewer crossed a line when Vidya on whether she wanted to lose weight, so she could do more glamorous roles. Vidya responded cooly by saying it's us who need to change our way of thinking towards women and highlighted why body shaming - celebrities or no celebrities - is never acceptable.

Vidya Balan

Aishwarya Rai - During promotions for Bride and Prejudice, David Letterman invited Aishwarya Rai on his show. David tried to put the actress on edge and asked if it's common in India for older kids to live with parents. Ash gave back with her trademark wit and class by saying that it was common and in India, kids don't need to make appointments to meet their parents.

Aishwarya Rai

Radhika Apte - A scene from Radhika Apte's movie Parched was leaked online and she continued to be questioned about the same in multiple press interactions. When asked yet another time Radhika said, "If you ever look at what people are doing abroad & the way they are not ashamed of their bodies, you wouldn't have asked this question."

Radhika Apte

Sonam Kapoor - At a press interaction for an event, Sonam Kapoor was asked by a female journalist on why she'd deleted Deepika's video from her Instagram feed. Sonam immediately shut down the interviewer by explaining that there was an Instagram glitch and also asked women to support other women, not tear them down.

Sonam Kapoor


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