A Mumbai Instagram influencer, Seema Kanojiya, found herself in hot water after a video of her performing a “vulgar dance” at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) railway platform went viral. The video, deemed offensive and a violation of railway norms, led to police intervention and a forced apology from Kanojiya.
In a video released by the RPF( railway protection force), Seema flanked by two police officers, issued a public apology. With a stiff expression, she admitted that her actions were “wrong” and a “nuisance” to the public. She further cautioned other content creators against similar behaviour, urging them to “refrain from making such videos.” She also told other reel creators to avoid doing such acts. Watch Video:
Kanojiya’s dance reel opened by showing her jumping off a halted train to throw some obscene dance moves on the public premises. As she landed on the platform after a huge jump from the train, she closely barged into two male passengers, leaving them and others there shocked by her quirky dance steps. Her leap from the train nearly collided with two bewildered passengers, setting the tone for a performance that would leave viewers feeling more disturbed than entertained. As the video snaked its way across the internet, the outrage was swift and fierce. Netizens, armed with the sharp wit of social media, christened it “Spirit Possessed” Nautanki, a fitting description for the bizarre display. The hashtag #InfluencerShame trended, a stark reminder of the responsibility that comes with online fame.
To which ,the Central Railway responded in a tweet and said, “ The above case is being investigated by RPF for further action.” Urging people to refrain from such activities which causes disturbance to other passengers, and educated them of the legal consequences. “Under Railway Act section 152 & 153 it’s a punishable offence with penalty & imprisonment upto 10 years for the charges of hurting/attempting to hurt other passengers.”
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