Haseen Dillruba author Kanika Dhillon has defended the film in opposition to these suggesting that the Taapsee Pannu-starrer glorifies home violence. Haseen Dillruba, which additionally stars Vikrant Massey and Harshvardhan Rane, was launched earlier this month on Netflix. The movie has acquired combined evaluations from critics and viewers. Some even questioned if the movie glorifies home violence.
Over the previous few weeks, Taapsee Pannu and Kanika Dhillon have been reacting to adverse evaluations on social media. In a brand new interview, Kanika has clarified that Haseen Dillruba does not propagate home violence and mentioned that the movie would have fallen into the ‘lure of glorification’ had Taapsee’s character Rani fallen in love with a person as a result of he was violent.
Talking with Bollywood Bubble, Kanika mentioned, “I do know for a incontrovertible fact that there was no glorification of home violence. No matter parameters needed to be met to have the right gender politics between a person and a girl, between the oppressed and the oppressor, all that was in place.”
“The principle level the place we may have fallen into the lure of glorification of violence is that if the lady had fallen in love with a person as a result of he was violent in direction of her, and that’s clearly not the case on this movie. As a result of it’s proven so clearly within the movie, I don’t suppose this deserves any extra rationalization than I’ve already given. So I might identical to to say, ‘No I wouldn’t current it otherwise.’ However on the similar time, all opinions are welcome and I hope you all loved the movie, whichever elements you probably did,” she added.
Earlier this week, in a dialog with Hindustan Instances, Taapsee had requested readers to not ‘single out one or two scenes and make the entire movie about them’. Reacting to the criticism the film has acquired, she had mentioned, “The opposite factor that appalled me, was the feminist lens of film reviewing. Don’t single out one or two scenes and making the entire movie about these. Don’t inform me you’ll inform the character what she ought to have performed. The concept of feminism is, you don’t inform the lady what she must do, that’s feminine model of mansplaining! Kanika Dhillon (Haseen Dillruba’s author) and me, with the form of filmography that I’ve, would not do something that goes in opposition to ladies. See the movie as a movie.”