Jacqueline Fernandez says sexual predators are everywhere, "sometimes in our own household", it is not an industry-specific sexual exploitation issue.
The Bollywood actor was responding to a question by a reporter on #MeToo movement which has hit the entertainment industry and stressed the need to encourage talks on the issue.
"It's very important that we remember that gender dialogue is conversation that has been long overdue. Let's not limit it to our industry. It's a dialogue that has long been overdue in our society as well. Unfortunately, the sad truth is that sexual predators are all around us. They are sometimes in our own household," Jacquline told reporters in Mumbai.
Jacqueline said the issue is more about power struggle.
"It's about people taking entitlement. We really have to stick to the issue and be serious about it if we want a solution and if we want to have a safe workplace for everyone and for the society," the actor added.
Jacqueline recently, made news as she walked the ramp as a showstopper for the Jade by Monica and Karishma show held at the Taj Mahal Palace.