Here’s why TV actresses are posting pictures with a ‘Shaving Razor’ on Social Media

From the past few days, many famous TV personalities have been posting their selfies with a ‘Shaving Razor’. Yes, you heard it right.
TV personalities have been posting their selfies...
India TV Entertainment Desk Mumbai 05 Mar 2017, 02:48 PM IST

The recent pictures posted by many TV actresses have taken their fans by surprise. From the past few days, many famous TV personalities have been posting their selfies with a ‘Shaving Razor’. Yes, you heard it right. 
Actually, the women from Television world have come together for a bold motive. They are a part of #ShaveYourOpinion campaign. This campaign has started on social media against all those who judge a woman for the clothes she’s wearing. 
TV actress Jennifer Winget, who is currently playing the role of Maaya in ‘Beyhadh’ and ‘Shagun’ of ‘Yeh Hai Mohabbatein’ have posted a selfie with a razor in their hands. They posted their selfies with razor on their Instagram account with a hashtag #ShaveYourOpinion

Remember, when you judge a woman by her appearance, it doesn't define her, it defines you. Let nothing and nobody dull your sparkle. So to those who judge us , Go #ShaveYourOpinion

A post shared by Jennifer Winget (@jenniferwinget1) on

To all those who judge us for our choice of clothes, #ShaveYourOpinion

A post shared by Anusha Dandekar (@vjanusha) on

To all those who judge us women on our choice of clothes. #shaveyouropinion

A post shared by Anita H Reddy (@anitahassanandani) on

For all those who have a problem with what I wear.. why don't you just #shaveyouropinion !

A post shared by Mandira Bedi (@mandirabedi) on

Speak responsibly, don't judge. #ShaveYourOpinion

A post shared by Ragini Khanna (@raginikhanna) on

Society has always been judgmental about a woman’s clothing. People are keen on showering their advices to the women on what to wear and how to wear. Their clothes are held responsible for everything that happens to a woman.  #ShaveYourOpinion is a tight slap on the cheeks of every single person who judges a woman for her choice of clothes. 

A few days back, singer Monali Thakur was trolled and shamed for wearing a short dress on the singing reality show ‘Rising Star’. This incident threw light on the extent of social media trolling that is prevalent nowadays. Though, she gave a befitting reply to all those trolls. 
It’s high time that we should stop telling our women how to dress and instead, teach our men how to behave. 

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