Sabyasachi Mukherjee: If an Indian Woman Does Not Know How To Wear a Saree, I would say its a Shame!
Sabyasachi Mukherjee, the ace Indian Fashion Designer, speaking at the 15th anniversary of the India Conference 2018 hosted by Harvard University on 10th and 11th of February stated in his speech; "If an Indian Woman Does Not Know How To Wear a Saree, I would say its a Shame; It's a part of your culture, you need to buck up and stand up for it. It is the most beautiful dress in the world, and people across the globe admire it." And this statement of the designer has escalated a war over the social media.
The Designer who has featured Padmaavat actress Deepika Padukone, over his unique series of "Kolkata, handwoven work and Sarees ", appreciated the actress as she always drapes sarees to the special occasions.
Though his above statement was much appreciated by the women at Harvard however, what he said, is the smoking of outrage among many Indian girls. Check Out! - Widnow To News
(If you don’t know how to wear a saree, shame on you: Sabyasachi to Indian women) Like really??— Priyanka Bhatt (@iPriyankaBhatt) February 12, 2018
I may not know how to wear a Saree but it doesn't mean I am less Indian or I don't respect my culture. I can't say about the rest, but at least I don't think like that
sabyasachi telling indian women how to wear a saree is classic example of MANSPLAINING— anti gulnaz (@ElCrankoPunko) February 12, 2018
Saree isn't even the traditional dress of every community in India, so if Sabyasachi can rewind himself back into the womb he came from and get aborted, we'd all be very happy without his existence. We know where to get the copies.— vestal virgin arousing lust in filthy souls (@inshallahvolcel) February 12, 2018
sabyasachi tells young indian women "shame on them" if they don't know how to wear a sari..... his ass really thinks all my ancestors were out here wearing saris? in the punjabi winter?— Jasveen Kaur (@jasveenflies) February 12, 2018