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Really, really long thread on Sandeep Vanga and #KabirSingh coming up. Brace yourselves. (Apologies for the spam in advance)
I hadn't so far made a thread on #KabirSingh because I didn't want to add to the outrage, but after seeing Sandeep's interview, I want to add to the conversation. First up, hats off to @anupamachopra for such a brilliant, civil interview! We need more discourse like this overall.
Now, about Sandeep Vanga's views and Kabir Singh itself: No, I don't think stories like Kabir Singh shouldn't be allowed to exist. They definitely should, because every perspective is important. But the director's interview has given insight into why it's been criticised so much.
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An ex partner punched me in the eye to the extent that my eyes are of different shapes now. Banged my head against the car window during one fight and twisted my hand that left marks on my forearm. So don't tell me that physical violence is a form of love. Because it isn't.
Shame of the director and all supporters of films such as #KabirSingh and #ArjunReddy. Violence is not love. Keep repeating it till it gets instilled in your heads.
Every woman who has faced violence will tell you that is not love that made her husband or boyfriend hit her. Listen to the women, listen to their stories of violence and abuse.
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#KabirSingh earns Rs 150 Cr in 1st week despite bad reviews. #Article15 won't even earn Rs 50 Cr in its lifetime run despite great reviews.

Nothing fancy and conspiratorial here, pure psychology !
This review business also explains that critics/reviews are sold and audience have no faith on them.
The real thing is whether you have looked up article 15 in reality?

Just google it now.
1. Some people or group of people have certain prejudices against you which might or might not hurt you materially but emotionally and mentally have potential to agonize you.
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#KabirSingh is every thing that is wrong with #Bollywood and why a movement like #MeToo or #TimesUp would never get that mileage in India as they received globally! #KabirSinghReview
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#KabirSingh, our hero, is an abusive, misogynist, cringeworthy and overgrown man child whose entire universe works to justify his physical and emotional violence, even against the woman, he supposedly loves!
#KabirSingh glorifies, even defends, stalking and abuse of all 3 kinds -physical, sexual and emotional- against the main lead. Thereโ€™s not even one character who looks our abusive man-child โ€œheroโ€ in the eye or stands up to him.
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