What a view point of an Indian girl on BBC Documentary-“India’s Daughter”
Please dont generalise us….
A million status messages supporting the BBC documentary film. Thousands of anti-government slogans for banning the BBC documentary film. Another million status messages against the German professor who created a perception after seeing the very same documentary film we fought for.
What do we really want? It seems like we just love being part of a “trash everything” movement. Let’t admit it. We love the attention. We love the controversy more.
“India’s daughter”, the BBC documentary film, as I see it was made for foreigners. If I wasn’t from here and I learnt that a women was raped every 20 minutes through the film, I would have been a little scared of Indian men, you know?
This is what I took away from the film:
1. The rapist defended and justified his actions.(especially when the case is still pending in the Supreme Court). Wow. So unnatural.
2. The lawyer appointed…
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