However, I thought of flipping TV channels…may it was the timing that I was not able to find anything better..or I must say of my interest..:) !!
And there is one channel where the Cable Operator…plays the movie & everyone can view it..and this was a moive..which I never even heard of it..“Shabnam Mausi” !!!
When I saw Ashutosh Rana (Indian movie actor) as a ‘Hijada’ (a human who is neither Man or Woman..biologically..)…I have seen other actors acting this character like Paresh Rawal etc..but not Ashutosh Rana and hence my curiosity grew and I decided to watch this movie.
I really liked the concept that this movie was trying to bring in…its a movie where it shows how these people are discarded part of the society. They are not respected and hence they are not allowed to live a life like other normal human is allowed to. One after the other sufferings n humiliations & how some of there community people fall prey for financial aspects..as basic survival is difficult.
“Ignorance is an evil weed, which dictators may cultivate among their dupes, but which no democracy can afford among its citizens.”
And..as the one of the ‘Hijada’ in the movie says that…when you become the need of the society only then they will respect you until then we will be always treated as a discarded community…I found that in todays world for everyone ..:) dont you think so??
You get respect and love if someone has some motives to fulfill & you are the stepping stone then for sure…you are simply great for that moment & something similar happened in this …however..the ‘Shabnam-Hijada’ was strong and loyal in her principles and she stands for election and she wins it 🙂 !! Seems like a dream in India …I thought..but the dialouges were such that it takes you to the roots of human survival & the ethics of basic living beings..!!!
But …all I felt is if in North America & some of other countries…gay & lesbians are accepted and there marriages are leagally allowed then why not this community has a right to live like anyother human being? We help and support the handicaps then why not ‘Hijada’s’????
A feeling …of injustice, uneducated, humiliation, disrespectfulness & a crime towards humans being done in the 25th century and still we call ourselves ‘Educated People’!!!
“The cry of the poor is not always just, but if you don’t listen to it, you will never know what justice is.”
Actually…we are following our those people who use people for there selfish motives….insane & inhuman!!!!