Singer Sophie Choudry, who has come out with her latest single 'Aaj Naiyo Sonna' opened up about the revolutionary #MeToo movement that stirred the entire Nation last year.
In an interaction with Bollywood Life, Sophie said that the #MeToo movement wasn't as big as the one which happened in America, as very few people came out in open and with most of the big names in the Industry keeping quiet, the movement turned into a joke. But she is happy with the fact that it at least happened in our country as now people would think twice before doing anything wrong.

Furthermore, she even opened up about director Rajkumar Hirani's debate of being involved in the #MeToo movement saying that such movements would have collateral damage but she never got any wrong vibes whenever she came across him. But on the other hand, she called it a tricky situation as sometimes females might use such movements just to derail someone.

She ended her take by saying that women should know the line of conduct and if a man tries to cross it then you need to tell the other person about it as that's harassment.