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such films with rape or sexual acts or vulgar songs/scenes should hav an age limit--- which most do
only people who can tell the right from wrong (adults) will watch such movies and thus not be influenced
maybe the censor board can help with this issue
I think a range of factors affect the person but I would blame the culprit more than anything else...and also law and order for sure needs 2 b reinforced effectively..i mean take the kasab case...every proof was der and it took yrs 2 giv the hanging punishment!! why?...
I do however believe BW movies need 2 cut down on the extent to which they show things...they should be aware that children do watch these films and get negatively impacted by them... its not just movies but even the way these actresses are presented in magazines.. I remember them showing this girl that was very young and would wear make up to look like the celebs in magazines, she actually said in her interview that she felt she was ugly and make up made her look pretty...luckily jo frost (who works with families and children) had taken her to a studio and done a photoshoot and shown her what really happens to the images tht r released in magazines and only then she found out how fake this glamour world is... u see that's just one little element but it did make a young child adopt a wrong route... that's why film makers surely need 2 think over the impact their films can hav on everyone... films back in the days didn't inc many actresses dressed in bikinis and what not but they stil did well.
I would definitely blame bollywood for a certain part. More than anyother medium, visual medium is one thing that affects people the most..people say we learn what we watch...its true...the item songs in bollywood definetly does not portray women in a very respectful manner. Instead of filling the films with shitty item songs just so that the men would have their treat ,it would do good if they showed how to treat women in a respectable manner.Not only Bollywood i even find some Tv ads which are as bad.
What a load of absolute codswhallop!!! By that token the rape figures in countrys where there are films aplenty must be through the roof! No. Those who have read Shakespeare will see that he presented such things too yet the women weren't treated any worse or better by it. How is it that there are those men who watch bollywood films and are able to separate fact from fiction. The factors of blame are there if you wish to see them.
1. Lack of respect for women.
2. Blinkered upbringing and for that we have the older men and women of society to blame for that.
3. Ineffective policing, law and order.
4. Lack of rape convictions leading to potential rapists and rapists believing that they are above the law.
Depravity as shown by those delinquents had nothing to do with Bollywood.
ibelieve Bollywood is a medium where now they are showing anything without any fear...no respect n decency left...clothes of actresses...bold nvulgar words...vulgar songs, n yes these songs itself became super hit n song of the year...
thts the reality
I do blame bollywood! The industry is bent on showing sex in ways that would excite their young audience in a unhealthy manner. If only they would be more sentimental about it. These item numbers should be eased out. Lets go back to the times when mega stars respected their bodies, not exploit them to make some money. On top of that, the messages of each movie is becoming unclear! The world needs to be cured. Its so deseased at the moment! Sorry if i sound absurd but I am sooo depressed about the latetest rape disaster. At the moment, I am blaming everything! So sad!
Edited on:24 December 2012 at 8:08am
Yes they do affect peoples thinking example girl walking down the street and guy will sing bara mahino main bara so yes they do affect also we find movie world glamorous so people do get brain washed at times bollywood need to take some responsibility for this
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