Indeed, even before Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani starrer Kabir Singh had discharged, it got a ton of fire for supposedly being sexist. What’s more, after the arrival of the motion picture, the discussion has just enraged individuals and now even big names are venturing in to lash out at it.
Artist Sona Mohapatra who is known for her tunes including Ambarsariya and Bedardi Raja, as of late lashed out at Shahid Kapoor. Calling the motion picture profoundly sexist and man centric, she likewise gotten out Rekha Sharma, the director of National Commission for Women for adulating Shahid Kapoor’s presentation in the movie as “serious acting.”
Sona Mohapatra hammers male controlled society and misogyny in Kabir Singh, faults Shahid Kapoor for it.
“Does the on-screen character have no duty regarding having an impact in a story that can interfere with us as a general public?,” she wrote in answer to entertainer Nakuul Mehta, who said that the film has “99 issues” yet Shahid’s acting isn’t one of them.
Didn’t notice the deeply misogynistic & patriarchal narrative? Just intense acting? That is truly deeply disturbing. That you are the the chairperson of the @NCWIndia , makes me wonder about what we can hope for when it comes to women’s place in #India . ? https://t.co/zxcLWVFuiO— SONA (@sonamohapatra) 21 June 2019
& how can we keep such deeply disturbing , dark & dangerous politics ‘aside’? Does the actor have no responsibility for choosing to play a part in a narrative that can set us back as a society? Is that all we have become? Creatures of ambition? #LetsTalk #India #KabirSingh https://t.co/UxUbWdOpAF— SONA (@sonamohapatra) 21 June 2019
For the unversed, Kabir Singh is getting so much scorn that individuals on Twitter said that they left the cinema part of the way through the motion picture and discovered it an awkward encounter.
Walked out of #KabirSingh in the interval. The worst film I have seen lately. @imvangasandeep should know his piece of art has triggered a tsunami of negative emotions in me as a woman, affecting my mental health.— Priyanka Sharma (@iPriyanka_S) 20 June 2019
#KabirSingh is massively problematic and it’s mass popularity is awfully worrisome— Hafsa Matto (@mattohafsa) 22 June 2019
Walked out of #KabirSingh. It starts with a man holding a knife in his hands & demanding a woman to open her pants. An out & out rape scene. Our censor board can pass this but asks #DeepikaPadukone to cover up during Padmaavat. Sick.#KabirSinghReview— Dilpreet (@dilpreettaggar) 23 June 2019
On the opposite side, there are other individuals who believe that the “supposed women’s activists” need to quiet down in light of the fact that it was only a motion picture.
Just shut up feminist, just because i enjoyed it, i wont just start acting like kabir singh. Just like i wont become a world class criminal after watching srk’s don. A movie is at the end just a movie. #KabirSinghReview— Alen Mutum (@alen_mutum) 21 June 2019
Man! It’s 2019 girls are no more as dumb as #KabirSingh wants to portray.. I mean seriously Preeti Chunni theek kro.. and Preeti goes with a sorry look.. and you are talking about two Medical students. #KabirSinghReview— Daman Sachdeva (@damansachdeva01) 21 June 2019
#KabirSingh— Ramya Reddy (@ramyareddysays) 21 June 2019
We have to call out this fake or psuedo feminism who simply mocks everything.
For them SB masturbating scene is progressive whereas Arjun slapping Preethy who has anger management issues is deeply deeply problematic (because shez woman).
What a hypocrisy! https://t.co/ID5DV0kDbC
In the interim, the executive of the motion picture says, “I have done what was required for the film. I know there is a segment in group of spectators who feel this isn’t right. I don’t figure individuals in the present day and age would duplicate things like that.”