Actor Preity Zinta, who has received backlash for her views on #MeToo movement, has said she is 'surprised and upset' that her recent comments have been taken out of context.
In a recent interview, was asked if she had ever personally experienced any sort of harassment, to which she said, 'No, I haven't, I wish I had. (laughs) At least then, I would have had an answer to tell you..No and that's what I am saying that this is very relevant question because people treat you the way you want to be treated.'Preity tweeted on Monday that she is disappointed and claimed that the interview was edited 'to sound controversial for better traction.' She also slammed the journalist for doing so.
'Really sad to see how the interview is edited to trivialise and be insensitive. Not everything is traction & as someone being interviewed I expected decency & maturity from a journalist iFaridoon. I did 25 interviews that day & only yours turned out edited like this #dissappointed,' Preity wrote.