Taapsee Pannu responds to accusations that Hasseen Dillruba glorifies toxic love
Taapsee Pannu’s latest film, Haseen Dillruba, has been getting mixed reactions from people. While some have praised the style of the movie and its climax, others aren’t too pleased with the film and have criticised it for many reasons. One of the reasons that has gotten social media users up in arms is the toxic nature of relationships in the movie.
“I rarely comment on films cause i always feel that however badly it might have been made a lot of effort of a lot of people has gone into it -but am making an exception here for #HaseenDilruba – @taapsee is my absolute fav btw & she has the best lines and a cute role in the first half -it’s the story & the narrative which makes it absolute impossible to bear -toxic masculine love -a woman needing to prove herself in the kitchen while being denied any rights for herself -& making domestic violence OK in the name of Love or marriage -it’s not OK -it is NOT OK to harm a women -emotionally -physically or in any form in the name of Anythng !! Can we please stop glorifying love & violence (sic),” wrote documentary filmmaker Yasmin Kidwai on Twitter.
Taapsee Pannu responded to that by saying her film was a mirror to everyday reality. “If we want films to not reflect the society we live in and constantly present what is the ideal world to be in then I think we should stop raising voice against all those powers too that suppress the voice of cinema when reality is projected,” tweeted Pannu in response.
Kidwai further tweeted to explain her viewpoint, “not a question of reality here @taapsee -in terms of cinema & entertainment film set a nice tone in beginning -the violence against d woman was glorified as the man becomes the sacrificing hero in end – u r a hero for many of us & this is not a comment on u,” Kidwai tweeted back to which Pannu wrote: “I don’t think showing a flawed character doing wrong to another flawed character is called glorification. N if at all u do that, the repercussions of that are also glorified. It’s your perception that makes man the hero, mine made both characters suffer for their wrong.”
If we want films to not reflect the society we live in and constantly present what is the ideal world to be in then I think we should stop raising voice against all those powers too that suppress the voice of cinema when reality is projected. https://t.co/WQfzFlGk44
— taapsee pannu (@taapsee) July 5, 2021
The netizen went on to say that it didn’t sit like that with her and the happy ending made it all okay. She even went on to say that Rani was a cool character and that she liked the actress’s work.
“Well then maybe you should understand your happy is not everyone’s happy. I wish I could specify what was LOSS for each of the characters here but that’s a spoiler alert for my film. Kindly understand emotions and feelings are subjective with humans,” Taapsee wrote.
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