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The National Commission for Women issued the deadline to the popular Indian celebrity after comments he made during a press conference on Saturday.
Khan told reporters that, after several hours of filming in the wrestling ring for his upcoming film Sultan, he walked out like a "raped woman."
Commission chief Lalitha Kumaramangalam demanded an apology, telling CNN that the comment was a manifestation of India's "patriarchal attitude."
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