Sonam Kapoor opens up about being molested at the age of 13

Sonam Kapoor posted a picture on Instagram of herself with the headline from the interview which read, “I was 13 when I was molested."

Bollywood’s very own Fashionista Sonam Kapoor has made a shocking revelation about her childhood in an interview with the leading magazine. She posted a black and white picture on Instagram of herself with the headline from the interview which read, “I was 13 when I was molested.”

In an interview with the fashion magazine, the actress revealed that she was groped when she was 13 and had even complained to her teachers about it. Th interview is about her childhood experience and on how her father has treated all his three kids equally. In the interview, Sonam has tried to convey a message that people don’t have right to judge anybody or tell them what to wear. “Live the way you want,” says Sonam.sonam-kapoor-femina-instagram-image-for-inuth

Recently, Sonam made the headlines for being uncomfortable in her outfit at an event. Sonam said, “Nobody has the right to judge you or tell you what to wear; live just the way you want.” She further adds,” The level of awareness in our schools is so low; there is no sex education. It’s important for all of us to know that be it India or any other country, there is no safe haven for women.”



The actress, who is known for speaking her mind said, “I may come across as guarded in shows like Koffee With Karan because I don’t want to make inflammatory statements for headlines. I’d rather use it where I can speak my mind about things that matter.”

Sonam talks about the importantance of awareness and questions on how clothes could define a person? She said, “At some point I was told that due to the fact that I dress a certain way I wasn’t getting the jobs I wanted. I was clear if people couldn’t see beyond my clothes, it was not my problem—it was theirs. If somebody labels you or calls you a tart for what you’re wearing, it’s a reflection on them, not you. It’s your body, your right to dress the way you want, and your sexuality. Be who you want to be.”