Mandana Karimi’s reaction came on Hijab Protest, said – went to the police station for not following the rules


Mandana Karimi says her fight is not about the hijab or Islam, it’s about the rights of Iranian women, whether we want to wear a scarf or not, it should be our choice, not someone else’s.



TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Sonali Naik



Sep 28, 2022, 10:47 PM IST





Bollywood actress Mandana Karimi, who hails from Tehran city of Iran, left her country at the age of only 19 and came to India. Coming here, he set up his film career and found success. But this actress is still very concerned about her country and her women.

Mandana says that "His two brothers and his mother live in Iran but there are so many restrictions that Mandana cannot live there."

Mandana says that “her two brothers and their mother live in Iran but there are so many restrictions that Mandana cannot live there.”

Recalling the old days, Mandana says that how many times she has been stopped from doing anything, has also gone to the police station for not following the rules of Iran and she has also seen her friends being lashed.

Recalling the old days, Mandana says that how many times she has been stopped from doing anything, has also gone to the police station for not following the rules of Iran and she has also seen her friends being lashed.

When Mandana Karimi left her country, she was only 19 years old, without knowing the language of any other country and without any source, she came out of that country but still recognized her and her relatives are the same.

When Mandana Karimi left her country, she was only 19 years old, without knowing the language of any other country and without any source, she came out of that country but still recognized her and her relatives are the same.

She is seen appealing to the world that the world should support Iranian women.

She is seen appealing to the world that the world should support Iranian women.

they say that" I think this is a fight for human rights and women's equality, demanding the right to wear what we want and not to abuse or kill.

He says, “I think this is a fight for human rights and women’s equality, we are demanding the right to wear what we want and not abuse or kill.”


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