The Great Indian Kitchen

Watching this movie was something in my mind ever since i began to read the numerous comments and posts that came up. Out of curiosity, i began to watch it…yea most of the parts depicted are quite relatable but again being brought up in a modern family with fewer restrictions, i couldn’t feel the pain the character was going through. But again the frustrated mind is quite readable in her character. Sex is a forbidden topic to discuss and it is shown rightly onscreen. Most women have to hide what they expect from their husbands due to the only fear of being doubted about their virginity and much more. Having sufficient knowledge about sex makes her husband think that she is quite like a whore or maybe he even goes to the level of thinking that she had sex earlier. In such cases, most women remain silent. What is wrong if she does know a little more about it? Rather than being a puppet lying down beside him, it’s better she knows about it and learns about the same. Sex is not a crime to be investigated. Her ignorance can lead to being harassed or used. Opening up their opinion on sex especially when it comes to women, term them as spoiled ones, which is what needs to be changed. Shouldn’t a man be doubted too, else how do they know all about sex even on the very first night?🤪

TheChaoticPoetess
#sreepriyawrites #thegreatindiankitchen #nimishasajayan #malayalammovie #randomghought

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