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Amid outrage against Rhea Chakraborty, Twitter urges men to avoid ‘dominating’ Bengali women

As outrage over actor Rhea Chakraborty’s alleged ill-treatment of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput mounts, the internet is now busy cancelling Bengali women. Some are busy raking strangers over coals for the alleged crimes of a woman who while being Bengali was born in Bengaluru and studied in a school in Ambala, while others are defending the cultural group.

Needless to say, it has now boiled over into a full blown debate on social media.

While it began with several individuals tweeting out their criticism, one of the posts that have gained increasing traction states: “Bengali girls are dominating, they know how to make guys fall for them. They catch big fish, good looking highly paid guys. If you want to be her servant and financer and are okay to leave your family and join her family then go ahead.” It also urges men to “stay safe”.

STAY SAFE MEN / BOYS .
Bengali girls are dominating, they know how to make guys fall for them.
They catch big fish, good looking highly paid guys. If you want to be her servant and financer and are okay to leave your family and join her family then go ahead😊😊#RheaChakroborty

Amid outrage against Rhea Chakraborty, Twitter urges men to avoid ‘dominating’ Bengali women As outrage over actor Rhea Chakraborty’s alleged ill-treatment of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput

Jaadu tona? What? We are all magic, not black magic: Bengali women stand up for their community

Bengali women across diasporas have slammed people who are trolling their community for being into black magic, being gold diggers, manipulative and dominating, as an aftermath of actor Rhea Chakraborty being accused of doing black magic on late actor Sushant Singh Rajput.

Practitioners of black magic, gold diggers, manipulative, dominating — these are some of the terms that are being recently used to generalise the women in Bengali community. All this started when Sushant Singh Rajput’s family lodged an FIR against his girlfriend, Rhea Chakraborty under various sections of the IPC, including abetment to suicide. Following this, people on social media began to allege that she did ‘black magic’ on Rajput and eventually pushed him to take his life.

Slamming the whole “Bengali women witch hunting”, Tanushree Dutta retorts saying, “This has been started by the self proclaimed men’s activist Barkha Trehan. She is an a** licker to morally bankrupt men and is a total failure as far as any kind of activism is concerned so now she has taken to maligning the Bengali women.”

Further defending Bengali women, the US-based actor says that they don’t need black magic. “We are sexy, smart, intelligent, classy, massy and awesome. So all you witch hunters STFU!”

I didn’t expect this from you Barkha!! You call several times seeking help and support. How could you blame a State and all Bengali women because of a rotten one. Disgraceful. https://t.co/gXTEt1AWQE

“I was very angry at such statements,” shares Koena Mitra, adding that all the “cheap” conversation boils her blood.”

The actor adds, “Because of that one person, Rhea, Bengali women are getting trolled. One girl is an alleged gold digger; we don’t even know the case. We don’t even know this girl’s story, if it was a give and take relationship of one-sided. But because of that, how is it fair to blame all of us?” she asks.

Yes I prefer Rui or Bhetki, then fry it in mustard oil and finish it off with steaming rice with some green/red chillies.
Bengali women out there. Anyone wants to join in ?
🐟 🌶 🍚 🐠 💃🏽 https://t.co/GaDibcPxCN

Actor Sayantani Ghosh feels it’s rather sad to see the mentality of people succumb to the idea of such templates.

“It shows how shallow we as a race have become. I’ve heard a lot of people say that Bengali women are man eaters. You know the funny part is that it’s the educated lot who believe such things,” says Ghosh, while sharing her first hand experience.

Bengali women across diasporas have slammed people who are trolling their community for being into black magic, being gold diggers, manipulative and dominating, as an aftermath of actor Rhea Chakraborty being accused of doing black magic on late actor Sushant Singh Rajput.