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Jasmine Philip | Last Modified - Jun 30, 2016, 03:53 PM IST

Saloni Chopra joins the free the nipple campaign and raises voice against bra shaming
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    Saloni Chopra
    Ever heard of Saloni Chopra? Well, if you haven’t, this is what you need to know. Saloni Chopra is a well- known Indian actress who came into the limelight with a short film named Maya that was a massive hit at the Cannes Film Festival. Currently playing the role of Isha in Girls on Top on MTV, this Indian actress has been dawning headlines for quite some time now. Reason? Well, read on...
    Saloni Chopra became the first Indian actress to join the famous ‘Free the Nipple’ movement. Before you get your imaginations running wild, here’s what you need to know about the campaign. #FreetheNipple was launched in the year 2014 with the intention of providing equal rights to both men and women. Concentrating on aspects of freedom, protection and gender equality, ‘Free the Nipple’ has also raised a strong voice against female censorship.
    A massive movement in the West, several celebs have been its part to raise their voice against slut shaming, body shaming, colour shaming and every other shaming associated with the female body. Having had enough of people telling women where to draw the line, these women now intend to draw their own boundaries with pride.
    Having joined the movement, Saloni Chopra uploaded a photo on instagram where she is seen holding a bra and shaming the many that shame women for showing their innerwear. Here’s a gist of her message...
    “Women need to be more open about their sexuality. Whichever absurd person decided that it would be okay for a man to roam around shirtless, in his boxers, but girls can't even be seen in a Bra - surely did a hell lot of damage to our society. Did you know there are still people who have a problem with a girls Bra Strap showing?! The strap?!...
    Am I suppose to act like I'm NOT wearing it by hiding it completely? It's a piece of clothing that covers my breasts. Just like a skirt covers my legs. What's the big damn deal? The term breasts? I am tired of women themselves constantly feeling like they've to be ashamed of everything; pads, tampons, lingerie. Our body, Our desires. Let's put an end to that. Free the god damn mind. #FreeTheNipple”
    Well, Saloni sure states a very valid point here. And if you’re a girl, you’ll totally agree with her. And if you’re a guy, if seeing a bra makes you insecure, there’s something terribly wrong with you and you need to get yourself checked! In Saloni’s own words, “Life is like a bra...”
    Click more to read...
  • Saloni Chopra
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    Saloni Chopra
    Ever heard of Saloni Chopra? Well, if you haven’t, this is what you need to know. Saloni Chopra is a well- known Indian actress who came into the limelight with a short film named Maya that was a massive hit at the Cannes Film Festival. Currently playing the role of Isha in Girls on Top on MTV, this Indian actress has been dawning headlines for quite some time now. Reason? Well, read on...
    Saloni Chopra became the first Indian actress to join the famous ‘Free the Nipple’ movement. Before you get your imaginations running wild, here’s what you need to know about the campaign. #FreetheNipple was launched in the year 2014 with the intention of providing equal rights to both men and women. Concentrating on aspects of freedom, protection and gender equality, ‘Free the Nipple’ has also raised a strong voice against female censorship.
    A massive movement in the West, several celebs have been its part to raise their voice against slut shaming, body shaming, colour shaming and every other shaming associated with the female body. Having had enough of people telling women where to draw the line, these women now intend to draw their own boundaries with pride.
    Having joined the movement, Saloni Chopra uploaded a photo on instagram where she is seen holding a bra and shaming the many that shame women for showing their innerwear. Here’s a gist of her message...
    “Women need to be more open about their sexuality. Whichever absurd person decided that it would be okay for a man to roam around shirtless, in his boxers, but girls can't even be seen in a Bra - surely did a hell lot of damage to our society. Did you know there are still people who have a problem with a girls Bra Strap showing?! The strap?!...
    Am I suppose to act like I'm NOT wearing it by hiding it completely? It's a piece of clothing that covers my breasts. Just like a skirt covers my legs. What's the big damn deal? The term breasts? I am tired of women themselves constantly feeling like they've to be ashamed of everything; pads, tampons, lingerie. Our body, Our desires. Let's put an end to that. Free the god damn mind. #FreeTheNipple”
    Well, Saloni sure states a very valid point here. And if you’re a girl, you’ll totally agree with her. And if you’re a guy, if seeing a bra makes you insecure, there’s something terribly wrong with you and you need to get yourself checked! In Saloni’s own words, “Life is like a bra...”
    Click more to read...
  • Saloni Chopra
    +7 See more slides
    Saloni Chopra
    Ever heard of Saloni Chopra? Well, if you haven’t, this is what you need to know. Saloni Chopra is a well- known Indian actress who came into the limelight with a short film named Maya that was a massive hit at the Cannes Film Festival. Currently playing the role of Isha in Girls on Top on MTV, this Indian actress has been dawning headlines for quite some time now. Reason? Well, read on...
    Saloni Chopra became the first Indian actress to join the famous ‘Free the Nipple’ movement. Before you get your imaginations running wild, here’s what you need to know about the campaign. #FreetheNipple was launched in the year 2014 with the intention of providing equal rights to both men and women. Concentrating on aspects of freedom, protection and gender equality, ‘Free the Nipple’ has also raised a strong voice against female censorship.
    A massive movement in the West, several celebs have been its part to raise their voice against slut shaming, body shaming, colour shaming and every other shaming associated with the female body. Having had enough of people telling women where to draw the line, these women now intend to draw their own boundaries with pride.
    Having joined the movement, Saloni Chopra uploaded a photo on instagram where she is seen holding a bra and shaming the many that shame women for showing their innerwear. Here’s a gist of her message...
    “Women need to be more open about their sexuality. Whichever absurd person decided that it would be okay for a man to roam around shirtless, in his boxers, but girls can't even be seen in a Bra - surely did a hell lot of damage to our society. Did you know there are still people who have a problem with a girls Bra Strap showing?! The strap?!...
    Am I suppose to act like I'm NOT wearing it by hiding it completely? It's a piece of clothing that covers my breasts. Just like a skirt covers my legs. What's the big damn deal? The term breasts? I am tired of women themselves constantly feeling like they've to be ashamed of everything; pads, tampons, lingerie. Our body, Our desires. Let's put an end to that. Free the god damn mind. #FreeTheNipple”
    Well, Saloni sure states a very valid point here. And if you’re a girl, you’ll totally agree with her. And if you’re a guy, if seeing a bra makes you insecure, there’s something terribly wrong with you and you need to get yourself checked! In Saloni’s own words, “Life is like a bra...”
    Click more to read...
  • Saloni Chopra
    +7 See more slides
    Saloni Chopra
    Ever heard of Saloni Chopra? Well, if you haven’t, this is what you need to know. Saloni Chopra is a well- known Indian actress who came into the limelight with a short film named Maya that was a massive hit at the Cannes Film Festival. Currently playing the role of Isha in Girls on Top on MTV, this Indian actress has been dawning headlines for quite some time now. Reason? Well, read on...
    Saloni Chopra became the first Indian actress to join the famous ‘Free the Nipple’ movement. Before you get your imaginations running wild, here’s what you need to know about the campaign. #FreetheNipple was launched in the year 2014 with the intention of providing equal rights to both men and women. Concentrating on aspects of freedom, protection and gender equality, ‘Free the Nipple’ has also raised a strong voice against female censorship.
    A massive movement in the West, several celebs have been its part to raise their voice against slut shaming, body shaming, colour shaming and every other shaming associated with the female body. Having had enough of people telling women where to draw the line, these women now intend to draw their own boundaries with pride.
    Having joined the movement, Saloni Chopra uploaded a photo on instagram where she is seen holding a bra and shaming the many that shame women for showing their innerwear. Here’s a gist of her message...
    “Women need to be more open about their sexuality. Whichever absurd person decided that it would be okay for a man to roam around shirtless, in his boxers, but girls can't even be seen in a Bra - surely did a hell lot of damage to our society. Did you know there are still people who have a problem with a girls Bra Strap showing?! The strap?!...
    Am I suppose to act like I'm NOT wearing it by hiding it completely? It's a piece of clothing that covers my breasts. Just like a skirt covers my legs. What's the big damn deal? The term breasts? I am tired of women themselves constantly feeling like they've to be ashamed of everything; pads, tampons, lingerie. Our body, Our desires. Let's put an end to that. Free the god damn mind. #FreeTheNipple”
    Well, Saloni sure states a very valid point here. And if you’re a girl, you’ll totally agree with her. And if you’re a guy, if seeing a bra makes you insecure, there’s something terribly wrong with you and you need to get yourself checked! In Saloni’s own words, “Life is like a bra...”
    Click more to read...
  • Saloni Chopra
    +7 See more slides
    Saloni Chopra
    Ever heard of Saloni Chopra? Well, if you haven’t, this is what you need to know. Saloni Chopra is a well- known Indian actress who came into the limelight with a short film named Maya that was a massive hit at the Cannes Film Festival. Currently playing the role of Isha in Girls on Top on MTV, this Indian actress has been dawning headlines for quite some time now. Reason? Well, read on...
    Saloni Chopra became the first Indian actress to join the famous ‘Free the Nipple’ movement. Before you get your imaginations running wild, here’s what you need to know about the campaign. #FreetheNipple was launched in the year 2014 with the intention of providing equal rights to both men and women. Concentrating on aspects of freedom, protection and gender equality, ‘Free the Nipple’ has also raised a strong voice against female censorship.
    A massive movement in the West, several celebs have been its part to raise their voice against slut shaming, body shaming, colour shaming and every other shaming associated with the female body. Having had enough of people telling women where to draw the line, these women now intend to draw their own boundaries with pride.
    Having joined the movement, Saloni Chopra uploaded a photo on instagram where she is seen holding a bra and shaming the many that shame women for showing their innerwear. Here’s a gist of her message...
    “Women need to be more open about their sexuality. Whichever absurd person decided that it would be okay for a man to roam around shirtless, in his boxers, but girls can't even be seen in a Bra - surely did a hell lot of damage to our society. Did you know there are still people who have a problem with a girls Bra Strap showing?! The strap?!...
    Am I suppose to act like I'm NOT wearing it by hiding it completely? It's a piece of clothing that covers my breasts. Just like a skirt covers my legs. What's the big damn deal? The term breasts? I am tired of women themselves constantly feeling like they've to be ashamed of everything; pads, tampons, lingerie. Our body, Our desires. Let's put an end to that. Free the god damn mind. #FreeTheNipple”
    Well, Saloni sure states a very valid point here. And if you’re a girl, you’ll totally agree with her. And if you’re a guy, if seeing a bra makes you insecure, there’s something terribly wrong with you and you need to get yourself checked! In Saloni’s own words, “Life is like a bra...”
    Click more to read...
  • Saloni Chopra
    +7 See more slides
    Saloni Chopra
    Ever heard of Saloni Chopra? Well, if you haven’t, this is what you need to know. Saloni Chopra is a well- known Indian actress who came into the limelight with a short film named Maya that was a massive hit at the Cannes Film Festival. Currently playing the role of Isha in Girls on Top on MTV, this Indian actress has been dawning headlines for quite some time now. Reason? Well, read on...
    Saloni Chopra became the first Indian actress to join the famous ‘Free the Nipple’ movement. Before you get your imaginations running wild, here’s what you need to know about the campaign. #FreetheNipple was launched in the year 2014 with the intention of providing equal rights to both men and women. Concentrating on aspects of freedom, protection and gender equality, ‘Free the Nipple’ has also raised a strong voice against female censorship.
    A massive movement in the West, several celebs have been its part to raise their voice against slut shaming, body shaming, colour shaming and every other shaming associated with the female body. Having had enough of people telling women where to draw the line, these women now intend to draw their own boundaries with pride.
    Having joined the movement, Saloni Chopra uploaded a photo on instagram where she is seen holding a bra and shaming the many that shame women for showing their innerwear. Here’s a gist of her message...
    “Women need to be more open about their sexuality. Whichever absurd person decided that it would be okay for a man to roam around shirtless, in his boxers, but girls can't even be seen in a Bra - surely did a hell lot of damage to our society. Did you know there are still people who have a problem with a girls Bra Strap showing?! The strap?!...
    Am I suppose to act like I'm NOT wearing it by hiding it completely? It's a piece of clothing that covers my breasts. Just like a skirt covers my legs. What's the big damn deal? The term breasts? I am tired of women themselves constantly feeling like they've to be ashamed of everything; pads, tampons, lingerie. Our body, Our desires. Let's put an end to that. Free the god damn mind. #FreeTheNipple”
    Well, Saloni sure states a very valid point here. And if you’re a girl, you’ll totally agree with her. And if you’re a guy, if seeing a bra makes you insecure, there’s something terribly wrong with you and you need to get yourself checked! In Saloni’s own words, “Life is like a bra...”
    Click more to read...
  • Saloni Chopra
    +7 See more slides
    Saloni Chopra
    Ever heard of Saloni Chopra? Well, if you haven’t, this is what you need to know. Saloni Chopra is a well- known Indian actress who came into the limelight with a short film named Maya that was a massive hit at the Cannes Film Festival. Currently playing the role of Isha in Girls on Top on MTV, this Indian actress has been dawning headlines for quite some time now. Reason? Well, read on...
    Saloni Chopra became the first Indian actress to join the famous ‘Free the Nipple’ movement. Before you get your imaginations running wild, here’s what you need to know about the campaign. #FreetheNipple was launched in the year 2014 with the intention of providing equal rights to both men and women. Concentrating on aspects of freedom, protection and gender equality, ‘Free the Nipple’ has also raised a strong voice against female censorship.
    A massive movement in the West, several celebs have been its part to raise their voice against slut shaming, body shaming, colour shaming and every other shaming associated with the female body. Having had enough of people telling women where to draw the line, these women now intend to draw their own boundaries with pride.
    Having joined the movement, Saloni Chopra uploaded a photo on instagram where she is seen holding a bra and shaming the many that shame women for showing their innerwear. Here’s a gist of her message...
    “Women need to be more open about their sexuality. Whichever absurd person decided that it would be okay for a man to roam around shirtless, in his boxers, but girls can't even be seen in a Bra - surely did a hell lot of damage to our society. Did you know there are still people who have a problem with a girls Bra Strap showing?! The strap?!...
    Am I suppose to act like I'm NOT wearing it by hiding it completely? It's a piece of clothing that covers my breasts. Just like a skirt covers my legs. What's the big damn deal? The term breasts? I am tired of women themselves constantly feeling like they've to be ashamed of everything; pads, tampons, lingerie. Our body, Our desires. Let's put an end to that. Free the god damn mind. #FreeTheNipple”
    Well, Saloni sure states a very valid point here. And if you’re a girl, you’ll totally agree with her. And if you’re a guy, if seeing a bra makes you insecure, there’s something terribly wrong with you and you need to get yourself checked! In Saloni’s own words, “Life is like a bra...”
    Click more to read...
  • Saloni Chopra
    +7 See more slides
    Saloni Chopra
    Ever heard of Saloni Chopra? Well, if you haven’t, this is what you need to know. Saloni Chopra is a well- known Indian actress who came into the limelight with a short film named Maya that was a massive hit at the Cannes Film Festival. Currently playing the role of Isha in Girls on Top on MTV, this Indian actress has been dawning headlines for quite some time now. Reason? Well, read on...
    Saloni Chopra became the first Indian actress to join the famous ‘Free the Nipple’ movement. Before you get your imaginations running wild, here’s what you need to know about the campaign. #FreetheNipple was launched in the year 2014 with the intention of providing equal rights to both men and women. Concentrating on aspects of freedom, protection and gender equality, ‘Free the Nipple’ has also raised a strong voice against female censorship.
    A massive movement in the West, several celebs have been its part to raise their voice against slut shaming, body shaming, colour shaming and every other shaming associated with the female body. Having had enough of people telling women where to draw the line, these women now intend to draw their own boundaries with pride.
    Having joined the movement, Saloni Chopra uploaded a photo on instagram where she is seen holding a bra and shaming the many that shame women for showing their innerwear. Here’s a gist of her message...
    “Women need to be more open about their sexuality. Whichever absurd person decided that it would be okay for a man to roam around shirtless, in his boxers, but girls can't even be seen in a Bra - surely did a hell lot of damage to our society. Did you know there are still people who have a problem with a girls Bra Strap showing?! The strap?!...
    Am I suppose to act like I'm NOT wearing it by hiding it completely? It's a piece of clothing that covers my breasts. Just like a skirt covers my legs. What's the big damn deal? The term breasts? I am tired of women themselves constantly feeling like they've to be ashamed of everything; pads, tampons, lingerie. Our body, Our desires. Let's put an end to that. Free the god damn mind. #FreeTheNipple”
    Well, Saloni sure states a very valid point here. And if you’re a girl, you’ll totally agree with her. And if you’re a guy, if seeing a bra makes you insecure, there’s something terribly wrong with you and you need to get yourself checked! In Saloni’s own words, “Life is like a bra...”
    Click more to read...

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