Actor Pankaj Tripathi believes that lessons on feminism must be included in India’s education so that young boys learn real values. The Ludo star said that his wife and daughter have impacted his life in the best way possible.
Pankaj said there was a time when he survived solely on his wife’s salary and he sees absolutely no harm in doing so. He believes that young boys should be taught that no gender is inferior or superior. The prevalent gender disparity in our nation needs immediate attention, he said.
Pankaj Tripathi insisted that parents should teach feminism to their sons instead of putting all their energies into educating their daughters on how to behave themselves.