Bollywood Films That Gave Us Strong Message By Making A Difference In The Society

Blog By Helma  |  21-03-18

They broke the age old social dishonour with their films

Vicky Donor.

Vicky Donor.

For people who are suffering from lack of kids, this movie comes as a blow. The movie addresses infertility and surrogacy issues in quite a new manner.

Vicky is a sperm donor who donates his sperm to the one who can't conceive. His social journey made him to separate from his wife and lastly she understand his social work.


OMG Oh My God!

OMG Oh My God!

In the name of God and religion every day, a new Godsman is showing up and cheating people accepting crores of money from them.

The movie wonderfully talks about the God and how people are getting cheated by criminals in the name of God.


Aligarh.

Aligarh.

The movie is a true story of a professor named Ramchandra Siras played by Manoj Bajpayee. The actor delivered stunning performance as a homosexual man.

The movie showcase that the professor gets caught with a man and how people abandoned him after knowing his sexuality.


Matrubhoomi.

Matrubhoomi.

In 2003, a movie named Matrabhoomi released which spoke about the most common social issue, female feticide.

The movie addressed the issue in a wonderful way and showcased what could happen to the society if there were no girls.

It also deals with the cruel act of killing girl child. This movie has somehow affected the sex ration in Gujarat with the birth of 950 girls to 1, 000 boys.


Dangal.

Dangal.

Dangal stood as a record breaker not just in India, but also in the foreign land. The movie is the life story of Mahavir Singh Phogat and Geeta Kumari Phogat, who won gold at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi.


Lipstick Under My Burkha.

Lipstick Under My Burkha.

Director by actress Konkona Sen Sharma, Lipstick under my Burkha is a story of four women and their sexual needs. The movie describes because of some men the women has to believe that enjoying sex is a crime..


Pink.

Pink.

We have seen most hideous rapes in the country in a couple of years. The movie Pink says loud to speak up about the molestation or violence that women go through.

The movie blames the viewpoint of the person and not the attire of the girl or what she drinks. It clearly clarifies the situation where if a girl says no then it is a no.


Padman.

Padman.

Though we got so far in terms of technology, we still feel shy when it comes to menstruation and discussing it openly.

Though is a natural and common process in women, still there are people who make a big thing out of it. The recent movie Padman targeted the same issue and made many women come out in open and talk about it.


Parched.

Parched.

The movie is about four rural women and their lives. The movie focuses on patriarchy, dowry, misogyny, domestic violence, prostitution, marital rape, mental abuse, physical abuse and child marriage.


Toilet-Ek Prem Katha.

Toilet-Ek Prem Katha.

Open defecation is still a major problem in India. The movie 'Toilet Ek Prem Katha' is a true story that speaks about how a girl demands to have a toilet in the house in order to stay in the marriage.








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