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u r totaly right...i don't know why but still in india...if a women is standing...talking to some man other than...her husband...even...standing and taking to the man makes her a characterless but in the same scenario a man is seen taking...to many women...enven..is not considered as such...
daljeet is right...morals...are shown...and even the lesssons of women upliftment is given..buit they are not clear...always ...hidden...or clouded
You're right, Daljeet. That is really very closed-minded and hypocritical of people in India. Cheating on your partner is not right in any situation, but the fact that it's almost accepted for men to have affairs, but making women who do so seem like [insert word of your choice] is totally sexist. And then, we try to cover it up by saying, "Oh it's tradition to do things this way. This is our culture." This is really very wrong.
Edited on:09 May 2012 at 2:37pm
Whatever Daljeet Bhanot has said is quite ryt...most of the tyms ppl think in a stereotypical way..evn if sumthing different is shown they often end up saying the culture is being threatened..i'm sure if Anjali had been cheating in Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon? instead of Shyam sum ppl wud'v reacted xactly lyk this:(
Edited on:09 May 2012 at 2:27am
Bang on Daljeet...In India hypocrisy is euphemized as culture...India's obsession with women's "purity and chastity" is the root cause of such high rates of honour crimes...
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