Taking to Twitter, Payal shared Big B’s famous dialogue ‘No means no’ from the 2016 film Pink and wrote, “I wish shri @amitabhbachchan ji a very happy birthday. May he go on like this forever and I hope some of his recent work for women comes true even in reality where women find it safe to work, live and breathe in this so called man’s world #HappyBirthdayAmitabhBachchan”
I wish shri @amitabhbachchan ji a very happy birthday. May he go on like this forever and I hope some of his recent… https://t.co/54a29KiD7O
— Payal Ghosh (@iampayalghosh) 1602396527000
Furthermore, hinting at filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, Payal went on to claim the narrative of the words ‘no means no’ has changed for certain Bollywood celebs. She wrote, “Abhi no means no ka narrative badal gaya hai kuchh Bollywood ke celebs ke liye. Those who supported the #Metoo campaign are slut shaming me because inke girebaan mein haath dala gaya hai. And they say “Smash the Patriarchy” . Am I supposed to laugh?”
Payal Ghosh took to Twitter to even appeal to Prime Minister Modi for help as she fears that the ‘mafia gang’ would kill her. “These mafia gang will kill me sir @PMOIndia @narendramodi sir @sharmarekha ma’am and will prove my death as suicide or something else Folded hands,” she tweeted.
These mafia gang will kill me sir @PMOIndia @narendramodi sir @sharmarekha ma’am and will prove my death as suicide or something else
— Payal Ghosh (@iampayalghosh) 1602335681000
Meanwhile, Payal has also been charged with a defamation suit by Bollywood actress Richa Chadha as Ghosh took the latter’s name during an interview while levelling sexual assault allegations against Kashyap.