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Women are NOT safe in India, and men have NO clue how we plan every time we go out of our safe spaces. This is no country for women.
Rape is treated as a weapon, a military strategy to humiliate and demoralise the men of the conquered community, the ‘perceived enemy’, because when “your women” are conquered the “war is won”.
Bhakshak is yet another film that will have filmmakers feeling good about themselves for making a ‘woman centric film’, while normalising sexual abuse.
In this day and age, is it still true that a woman or girl who doesn't have a male protector is just a prey for predators (Bhakshak)? What's the role of a government, then? What is it doing to protect our little girls?
Official reports underestimate the prevalence of violence because prisoners fear retaliation, as they are forced to stay in the same place as their perpetrators.
I get that it’s Rashmika's movie, but as an actor and a woman, a bit of social responsibility wouldn’t hurt, right?
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