Indian cinema may have evolved over the years, but it won’t be wrong to say that it’s the portrayal of women – especially in commercial cinema – has remained as stereotypical as it was 30 years ago. Along the way, it has spawned a culture of prejudice and misogyny.
You don’t have to go too far to acknowledge the above statement. As recent as in 2019, a movie named Kabir Singh that featured Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani, set the box-office ringing. However, the story os an entitled man who wants to control the life of his girlfriend and who thought little of threatening to rape a woman at gunpoint showcased all that’s wrong with Bollywood.
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