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Kajol said that people should treat boys and girls equally. Wikimedia Commons

Actress Kajol reiterated that people should treat boys and girl equally in every way, on the occasion of Women’s Equality Day on Wednesday.

“Lets take #WomensEqualityDay as an opportunity to impart wisdom in our children, that girls & boys stand equal on all grounds,” Kajol wrote on Instagram, with a picture of her with husband, actor Ajay Devgn. The couple strikes a smiling pose with a group of girls.


Kajol tagged the Women’s Equality Day post with #GenderEquality and #Superhumans.


Women’s Equality Day commemorates the passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, granting the right to vote to women. The amendment was first introduced in 1878. Unsplash

Reacting to the post, a user commented: “well said.”

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Another one wrote: “Exactly… there should be no gender discrimination.”

Kajol is gearing up for her digital debut in the film “Tribhanga”, directed by Renuka Shahane. The film is set in Mumbai and traces the story of three generations of a family, from the late 1980s to modern-day. (IANS)


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