“I’m wondering whether I’m being morally corrupted because I’m interviewing you.”
Sunny, who had hitherto been handling all of these sickening questions with some very balanced responses, had had enough, as anyone in her position would. This is what she said:
“I can leave if you want me to.”
Any prizes for guessing if this put Chaubey to shame? No. Because this is what he asked next:
“This talk, which is largely negative, which takes place against you, you love it, right?”
Her answer was riddled with a healthy dose of sarcasm.
“Really, this is negative? I couldn’t tell.”
As a parting gift, Chaubey gave us a shot of sanskaar.
“Are you saying that we will also see movies of Sunny Leone in the future, where Sunny will be dressed up from head to toe in a saree? I mean covered completely. That also has its own charm.”
This man is a journalist for one of the leading news networks in the country. He has the power to influence millions of people, and this is the manner in which he chooses to conduct an interview: misogynistic, pathetic, regressive, patronising, and downright offensive, are all words that describe his questions.
Maybe we get the kind of journalism we deserve.
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