Bollywood is slowly and steadily changing its track and is finally making good films but still, there are a lot of films which heavily promote stereotypes. Filmmakers blame it on the audience because stereotypes are popular and sell heavily and the online audience continuously craves for better content.
Twitterati has now found an amazing way to troll Bollywood for promoting stereotypes in films.
The latest buzz on the microblogging site is the tweets regarding the stereotype bashing and we must say netizens are literally shaming the industry and industrywallas. Have a look at some of them and believe-
Hello. I'm a student in a Bollywood Movie. I'm stylish and my hair is always in a perfect hairstyle whether I've just woken up or am going out.I'm somehow able to balance sleep, studies and social life like a pro and I also have a secret admirer who has sung a love song for me. pic.twitter.com/lHF3wS6aUv
— chocochipcookieicecream (@Anushka52583704) January 8, 2019
Hello, I’m a gay man in a Hindi movie. I will wear flashy clothes, act super campy, be born with a limp wrist, either be a fashion designer or do absolutely nothing, and not to forget hit only on unavailable straight men, no matter how moronic they are.
— vivek tejuja (@vivekisms) January 5, 2019
Hello, I am a South Indian in a Bollywood movie. I say Ayyo frequently, study at an IIT and mostly thrive on dosa, idli or curd. I speak Hindi with an accent & use coconut oil. I will always be a Rajnikanth fan. Sometimes I wear lungi on random occasions.
I am a Madrasi.
— Resh (@thebooksatchel) January 5, 2019
Hello, I'm a Muslim in an Bollywood movie, I always wear a topi and carry a shmargh. I also wear kajal, a visible taweez and address people as 'janaab'.
— FurSid (@fursid) January 8, 2019
Hello, I'm a teenager in a Hindi movie. I want to be something else than an engineer or a Dr. My dad always shouts at me & he's always against me. I'm constantly ridiculed by the society for it's hollow traditions. I just wish I could breathe but I can't. https://t.co/gR3qb4v5VU
— Ranj (@RanjThepoet) January 7, 2019
Hello, I'm a professor in a movie, I only reach the main point of my lecture right as class is ending. Then I yell at students about the reading / homework as they leave.
— Rory Turnbull (@_roryturnbull) January 1, 2019
Hello, I’m a linguist in a movie. I speak fourteen languages, can crack ancient undecoded scripts and alien transmissions in hours, and I‘m spontaneously fluent in any sign-language. Also my office is a firetrap of ancient invaluable manuscripts that I leave in direct sunlight. https://t.co/f7GoFb86aM
— Dr Claire Hardaker (@DrClaireH) January 4, 2019
Hello I'm a Goan in a Bollywood movie
My name is Joe
I only know how to drink beer and play a guitar
I have curly hair and dress as if it's a carnival
I spend half of my day on the beach and don't have a real job
— Sid (@SidKSchrute) January 6, 2019
Hello, I am an advertising executive in a Hindi movie. I am a bitch mostly, ready to do whatever it takes to climb up the corporate ladder. I have a monstrous appetite for cigarettes & alcohol. I am the only buyer for all the tattoo artists and funky silver jewellers of my city.
— aradhika mehta (@aradhikamehta) January 6, 2019
Hello, I’m a scientist in a bollywood movie. I never go anywhere without my labcoat. I usually explain sciency bullshit unless, I'm creating killer mutated robots. I am a genius with multiple phDs, but some guy who's only personality is his abs ends up defeating me.
— Holy forking shirtballs (@eyecanny) January 6, 2019
Hello, I am a chubby black woman in a movie. I am just here to be your sassy friend with the witty comebacks. Mostly, I'll just say "Girrrrrrllllllluh" and "mm hm" a lot in addition to shaking my head in disapproval.
— Monique Judge (@thejournalista) January 4, 2019
Now that’s insane. We hope filmmakers take some lesson and change their thought process and films for good.
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