Why Daisy Irani stayed silent on rape for 60 years: Naming, shaming harassers is double-edged sword in Bollywood
When it comes to sexual harassment in Bollywood, there is an unwritten rule: 'Thou shalt not speak against the powerful'.
Daisy Irani's outing of men who brutalised her childhood should serve as wake-up call to entertainment industry
Daisy Irani's story affirms there should be zero tolerance of any kind of violence or coercion of child artistes who cannot even stand up for themselves
Veteran actress Aruna Irani admits she couldn’t make it big in showbiz because she didn't compromise
In an exclusive interview, veteran actresses and former child artists Asha Parekh and Aruna Irani explain why they are not surprised by Daisy Irani's revelation.
Daisy Irani's confession, Papon's example show how money and fame-driven parents are child actors' worst nightmare
Behind curtains, these abused performers has emotional scars from being used by someone who was meant to nurture and protect. Case in point: Daisy Irani.
Daisy Irani addresses sexual abuse in showbiz: 'We all know it happens, yet we pretend as if we don't'
Firstpost caught up with Daisy Irani for a free-wheeling yet emotional conversation — about the pitfalls of (and prevalent sexual abuse in) the film industry, and about why she felt the need to open up after so many years.
Daisy Irani sets an example by speaking out against injustice, abuse in showbiz; will other women follow suit?
Daisy Irani has shown a path ahead; hopefully, some women will bravely follow her lead.
The veteran Bollywood actress had earlier filed a complaint of molestation, stalking and criminal intimidation by the same businessman in January.
Daisy Irani, child actor of films like Boot Polish and Naya Daur, says she was raped at the age of six
Daisy Irani is one of the biggest child stars Indian film industry has ever seen. During the 1950s and 1960s she starred in a number of major hit films like Boot Polish, Naya Daur, Dhool Ka Phool to name a few.
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