Rashmi Agdekar supported the Madras High Court, gave its verdict regarding LGBTQIA + couples

Actress Rashmi Agdekar, who has appeared in Bollywood films and web series, is often in the news for her impeccable words. While the actress made her acting debut with Alt Balaji’s web series Dev D in 2017, the actress was well-liked by many in this series. She played the character of a lesbian girl in this series. While playing this character, he understood the LGBTQ society very deeply and then somewhere he agreed to this role. At the same time, the actress was also seen in Ayushmann Khurrana’s superhit film Andhadhun. The actress has recently taken a special step in support of the LGBTQ community.

Rashmi Agdekar, while presenting a suggestion for the LGBTQ community in the Madras High Court, has talked about the support of the society. The actress has said in her suggestion that many stories and anecdotes related to it should be included in school and university curriculum to increase awareness among people towards LGBTQ society. Because of which an understanding will be formed in the children about this subject and they will not consider it as some kind of curse going forward. It is important to see what the High Court will decide on this suggestion of the actress.


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Talking on this subject, the actress said, “This is a necessary and right step that children should get a chance to read about people from the LGBTQ community. After this implementation, along with correct and accurate information about this entire society, awareness will also increase among the children and when the time comes, they will also be able to adopt the people associated with this society nearby. Because today’s children are our tomorrow’s future. Let us tell you, while hearing in this case, on June 7, Madras High Court said that it is the responsibility of the state to protect the people of LGBTQIA + community from the hatred of family and society. At this time ‘Society needs change, not LGBTQIA + couples’ Rashmi Agdekar seems very excited about this suggestion.

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