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    'Well, it’s just a matter of starting to talk more about it. I feel we all must have equality in the world' says Pranati Rai Prakash this International Men's Day 

    19th November 2021 is celebrated as International Men's Day. The day honors the positive contributions that men make to the world, their households, and their societies. It represents giving men their due and promoting gender equality with a focus on their mental health and well-being. Our talented beauty Pranati Rai Prakash has a special message for everyone out there on this Men's Day.





    Pranati Rai Prakash who hails from Delhi has struggled a lot in her past to achieve the position she is today, for her one of her biggest motivations to fulfill her dreams were those strong men's from her family who gave her the wings to fly and achieve what she aimed for, she exclaimed about her emotions saying, "I love my father. I love my brother. I love my close friends, they are very supportive wonderful men who encourage me to live a life of my own and pursue my dreams and support me to have my own identity."





    Talking further about Men's Day not given that same amount of importance then Women's day the actress stated that, 'Well, it’s just a matter of starting to talk more about it. I feel we all must have equality in the world. Women’s Day is often more celebrated in order to appreciate them more as they still are oppressed in many parts of the world. I personally don’t believe so much in days, every day, every good act, every good intention should be celebrated.





    Certainly, we feel that Men's day should be treated with that same amount of pride, though Men's don't ask for a lot they deserve a lot.





    Talking about the work front, Pranati Rai Prakash was last seen in ALT Balaji's Cartel opposite Rithvik Dhanjani. The actress has also left the mark in the minds of the audience with her outstanding acting in her Bollywood debut movies, 'Manfodganj Ki Binni' and Love Aaj Kal 2, The actress will soon be seen in Netflix's Penthouse opposite Arjun Rampal, which is directed by ace directors Abbas-Mastan.





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