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i don't think blaming chamak challo , munni badnam hui n shela ki jawani will help coz apart from this their r many good things also show i never saw any boddy copying that ... then ...?
it's shitty v indian hav a very bad habit of putting the blame on some one ... apart from this their r many wrong things done n in some or the other way v r also a part of it ...
n about this rape case i would say apart from this many other such case r their n when nothing change after that then hoping for now is also waste ... i m also a girl n say that it's a shame to stay around such people ...
Fighting for women's rights...then go on to make "chamak challo," "munni badnam hui," " and "sheila ki jawani." Yeah, hard to see your concern, Bollywood people. Spare us the hypocrisy.
All of the comments are terrific but I do agree with Shreya and Anurag the most! She's right about how it's ingrained in our culture that men show and maintain their dominance over women and Anurag is absolutely right in saying that women need to stop being objectified in TV shows and films. TV shows and films often give a pathetic picture of what a woman is or what it means to be a woman, especially with the TV serials that show mostly the lead heroines being subjected to all kinds of torture and bearing it all. Where are all the portrayals of strong women, without making a mockery of women and feminism? Ekta Kapoor had said in an article once that she shows strong women in her shows. What BS! When Ekta? If anything, she has successfully showed viewers her skewed vision of feminist power.
Edited on:26 March 2013 at 7:04pm
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