Being a woman can be extreme. What’s more, the word intense is putting it mildly for the gigantic weight women are continually under to tiptoe along the line of respectability, as proposed by the great old Indian culture. However, there are rebel women, wriggling out through the edges and into the standard, making their voices listened, boisterous and clear. Here are 10 stunning uplifting recordings EVERY Indian young girl needs to watch.
1. Bra Shopping
Aditi Mittal‘s drama is audaciously particular to her perceptions as a lady. From vaginal fixing creams, sterile cushions to looking for bras, she discusses encounters which are general to all ladies yet are not really talked about. This video is an absolute necessity look for all ladies who experience serious difficulties for underwear, be it at an area shop or at the fanciest shopping center.
2. Why Should Hot Girls Have All The Fun?
This video by Girliyapa is relatable at such a variety of levels! Regardless of how great you look, you may wind up feeling like another person looks more sweltering or more excellent and is in this way getting all the consideration from young men. It happens to the best of us and we detonate inside, not able to deal with it.
The enabling story of Geeta Tandon, met by Blush, a mother of two and a Bollywood double who battled all chances to escape years of conjugal manhandle. She has lived in the city, made it all alone in a male-overwhelmed industry; walked on amid the most difficult circumstances to live all alone terms.
4. How To Make A Sandwich
Self-admittedly, Superwoman is a peaceful unicorn but on those rare occasions that people get on her nerves, she is fully armed to destroy them. She made this video as a response to a YouTube user who commented on one of her videos saying women aren’t funny and she should just go to the kitchen and make him a sandwich. So she did, ‘Please note I am using fresh ingredients to make up for your expired thought process’.
5. EIC Outrage: F*ck Feminism!
In this hilarious video, comedian Sorabh Pant from EIC EIC discusses feminism and why it is becoming an abuse. He says, ‘Feminism uses words and ideas to change the way we see gender. It affects 49 percent of the world’s population, 48 percent in case of India because we have killed the remaining 1 percent’. He calls out, ‘Every 30 minutes one woman is raped in India, where is your anger? If feminism makes you uncomfortable, maybe you are part of the problem’. For anyone unsure about feminism, or being a feminist, this is a great place to start and break all the myths you have.
6. Rape – It’s Your Fault
A satire on victim-blaming when it comes to sexual violence against women, this video by AIB is three years old, but still extremely relevant. Featuring Kalki Koechlin and VJ Juhi Pandey, it elucidates how, irrespective of what a woman wears, where she goes, how she spends her life, should a man want to forcefully impose himself on her, our society will still make it out to be her fault.
What is more charming than a youthful, delightful couple in adoration. A couple where, for a change, the man stands tall and pleased behind his effective spouse. ‘Fursat’, a tune sung by Arjun Kanungo and music video delivered by Sony Music is sentimental and strong, however it is likewise a major demonstration of young lady control. Try not to miss the stunning turn toward the finish of this video.
8. The Introvert’s Banter
If you love your own company and have to remind yourself to spend time with other people, this one is for you. Rabia Kapoor, a 19-year-old poet, speaks out loud against extroverts whose inherent charm makes them a star attraction of every party. At a spoken word session by Kommune India she says, ‘Extroverts are ruining our lives. And somebody needs to take a stand. Because there is always a confident ass who talks over the shy guy who actually has a bizarre story to tell’.
9. Valentine’s Day Special | A Love Letter From A Male Chauvinist Pig
A chilling video by Being Indian, narrows its gaze on the perpetrators of gruesome crimes against women by letting them speak their intentions out loud. Spurned lovers, neighbours, family members, watchmen, teachers, bosses, government and authority – this open letter from an eve teaser, albeit harrowing, is a must-watch as it reflects the mindset of a considerable number of people in our country.
10. Nanok – Lay You Down ft. Ray Dee
In a nation so awkward with talking about or speaking to a lady’s sexuality, this video by DJ and music maker Nanok commends it like no other. Including vocalists Monica Dogra and Anushka Manchanda, it is an intense, vehement and wonderful delineation of affection and yearning – which stays unaffected by the sexual orientation of one’s sweetheart.