Padman.. When I saw this name in Youtube thought this is another flick like the Super Duper Heroes. But later on watching the trailer, I felt this flick is what really deserve to be promoted must and should.
Although, I’ve posted regarding the same earlier in Whisper post, the impact and eye – opening from a film is different. Thanks to Twinkle Khanna and Akshay Kumar for daring to produce these kinda genres. Akshay kumar these days making films so unique in a way to break the stereotypical mindsets and also educating the “broad-minded narrow thinkers”. You know what I meant. People these days declare themselves having open mindsets but they behave so. Even their loved ones weren’t enough mature to treat the same. Trailer itself depicts the problems of girls from the day she changes to an woman.
Padman is an adaptation of Twinkle Khanna’s novel Arunachalam Murugunantham.
Couple of lines from Twinkle Khanna on Padman..
“If nothing else, I am hoping that it will start a conversation within homes,” Twinkle told IANS in an email interview when asked about the message Padman will give amongst masses.
“Something that has been hidden in the darkness, furtively wrapped in newspaper, will finally be in the spotlight so that a young girl can go up to her parents and say that she needs sanitary pads over the ubiquitous fairness creams.”
Though, people don’t need bold talks and slogans on this aspect but should learn to get a soft corner on how hard it is for an women to survive on menstrual times. Men must understand and pamper their women at least after watching this. Wish they’ll not only showcase the hygienic point but also the “hell time” they pass through on those days. There is nothing to be ashamed of this unless one looks into the theme on a awkward point.
The bottom of the line is #RespectPadman
P.S: Even, we should give credit to Ayushmann Khurrana but on a different note 😀