Salman Khan’s rape remark: National Commission for Women demands apology within seven days!


New Delhi : Bollywood superstar Salman Khan  has stirred a controversy yet again with his tongue-in-cheek comment. During a recent interview, the 50-year-old actor reportedly said that he felt like a 'raped woman' after completing the wrestling sequences of his upcoming Bollywood release 'Sultan'.

“When I used to walk out of the ring, after the shoot, I used to feel like a raped woman. I couldn’t walk straight," he was quoted as saying by

This has angered women all across the nation and the 'Bhaijaan' of B-Town is now facing severe criticism on the social media as well.

"Commission has sent him a letter asking him why he said this," National Commission for Women (NCW) chief Lalitha Kumaramangalam told ANI.

She added, "This is very sad. Just because he is Salman Khan doesn’t mean he will make such a statement. Seven days have been given to him to apologise else we will call him to the Commission."

However, it has been reported that soon after Salman made this remark, he realised his mistake. As per Bollywood Salman reportedly said, “I don’t think I should have said that…”.