In our country, there are quite a lot of nonsensical, retrogressive and unethical practices which we are following for ages and can you guess what’s the one sole reason which never lets us get over these things? The word “Culture” or “Tradition”, which are often misused to the greatest of effects.
We currently live in a country that intends to go up and above in every walk of life, but many “Cultures” or “Traditions” are halting progress. It might as well seem incredibly difficult to bring about an end to these customs which are of no use to the country, but it’s definitely not impossible.
We can’t expect to change things overnight, we have to do it brick by brick and results can be expected only in the long run. But for the betterment of the country, it’s imperative we start teaching the kids of this generation to move in the right direction, a way that has no religious, cultural, racial or gender barriers, a way which highlights the importance of equality and a way which would take us to our desired destination, an “Incredible India”.
Case in point, celebrities often hog the limelight for all the right and wrong reasons. They often came under fire for their way of dressing and they have been shamed mercilessly on social media.
Meanwhile, Bollywood actress Neha Dhupia was trolled on social media for her outfit. It all started when she donned an outfit for the Femina Miss North India 2018. One of the Twitter users had commented on a picture shared by Femina, saying, ”Neha is always beautiful ! But is this made from a movie screen curtain?”.
To which, Neha Dhupia replied, “Neha replied: ”Don’t remember the last time I went to a cinema hall with a curtain… high time u move on my dear! Ever heard of Imax???? ”
Neha Dhupia, the former Miss India and Bollywood actress entered the industry against her parents’ wishes. She claimed in an interview that after she went to Mumbai, her father arranged her return flight to her hometown.
Her parents had long wished for her to join the IAS. However, she became a Bollywood actress.