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Post by Guest on Sat May 18, 2019 9:29 am

so messed up. i heard now they have help lines there. Wish they are working. 


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Post by confuzzled dude on Sat May 18, 2019 7:49 pm

Watched this a few weeks ago, looks like nothing has changed since Nirbhaya times other than Netflix exploiting such tragedies for making profits.

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Post by Guest on Sun May 19, 2019 8:22 am

yeah much hasn't changed coz of the attitude towards rape in india, 'izzat lut gayi', 'no longer worthy of another man now'. the attitude of the husband annoyed me the most. In the end, it's all about, 'i will still love you like before', as if that was ever under question after this incidence. As if her izzat is ok to be lost coz she has a 'loving' husband, and this case will cause 'troubles' for the daughter. wth, what about the violence? They first need to start calling it balatkar and not izzat lutna. 

Secondly, yeah, criminals are the one in the wrong here, not the victims, but still the two have coexisted since forever, and hence caution is always required. in real life i have never been in a situation where someone will say, 'meet me there'. they all say, 'stay put i'm coming over' or 'don't go alone i will drop you', if the location or time is unsafe. For that matter, i myself tell others the same thing. And this is not about rape alone. There are all kinds of dangers in all parts of the world. But ok while this part made me upset all through the movie, i get it, they had to show that they were in panic mode and hence lost their rational thinking. 

Lastly, movies is a strong medium. They can do a lot more things for profit, and such movies are less profit, they still make it. I would never diss on them.

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Post by confuzzled dude on Sun May 19, 2019 7:22 pm

sulu wrote:yeah much hasn't changed coz of the attitude towards rape in india, 'izzat lut gayi', 'no longer worthy of another man now'. the attitude of the husband annoyed me the most. In the end, it's all about, 'i will still love you like before', as if that was ever under question after this incidence. As if her izzat is ok to be lost coz she has a 'loving' husband, and this case will cause 'troubles' for the daughter. wth, what about the violence? They first need to start calling it balatkar and not izzat lutna. 

Secondly, yeah, criminals are the one in the wrong here, not the victims, but still the two have coexisted since forever, and hence caution is always required. in real life i have never been in a situation where someone will say, 'meet me there'. they all say, 'stay put i'm coming over' or 'don't go alone i will drop you', if the location or time is unsafe. For that matter, i myself tell others the same thing. And this is not about rape alone. There are all kinds of dangers in all parts of the world. But ok while this part made me upset all through the movie, i get it, they had to show that they were in panic mode and hence lost their rational thinking. 

Lastly, movies is a strong medium. They can do a lot more things for profit, and such movies are less profit, they still make it. I would never diss on them.
Speaking of 'izzat', toilets provided through swatch bharat program are called izzat ghar, based on central govt's directive.

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