Bollywood films leave an everlasting impression in the minds of the audiences. So it becomes very important that the content in the films should promote the right message. But there are many dialogues, scenes, and moments in the Bollywood films which are very inappropriate and are not acceptable at all. It’s surprising how the makers of these films got away with such vile content. Maybe it’s because these dialogues, scenes are simply the reflection of what majority of audiences think. But this doesn’t mean that everyone shares the same thought. For example, we have seen the depiction of women in Bollywood films as nothing more than a mere secondary character, a damsel in distress, or just an object. Today, Humor Nation will be taking a look at the sexist and offensive dialogues and scenes in Bollywood movies which should have never been approved.
So Let’s Take A Look At 10 Sexist Bollywood Moments That Should Have Never Been Approved!
1. Wanted (2009) which is the Indian remake of the Telugu film Pokiri. This film helped in saving the fading career of Salman Khan. The actor plays the role of a gangster who would do any job for the right money. There’s a scene in the film where Salman’s character offers a dating advice to his friends. Salman’s character Radhe tells that a man should not run after a woman, but after money, the woman would come for sure. This dialogue clearly shows women as golddiggers.
Tu ladki ke peeche bhagega, ladki paise ke peeche bhagegi … tu paise ke peeche bhagega, ladki tere peeche bhagegi.
2. Another Telugu movie remake is Rowdy Rathore. The film starred Akshay Kumar and Sonakshi Sinha in the lead roles and was a big hit. There’s a scene where Nassar who plays the antagonist Baapji has a very disgusting dialogue which clearly reflects not only the mentality of the antagonist but of many men in India.
Aurat ka khaas khayal do hi umar ma bahut rakhna padta hai … ek jab uski umar hovat hai satrah, tab saala badh jaata hai khatra … aur jab aurat hovat hai tees, oo saali ban javat hai cheez
3. Dabangg was a blockbuster, the biggest hit of 2010. The film tells the story of a corrupt, but brave cop Chulbul Pandey. There’s a scene in the film where Salman’s character Chulbul who is in love with Sonakshi’s character Rajjo, he comes to her house to buy some pots. He breaks the pots and asks for new while offering her some money, which she politely declines from taking. Salman character then says,
Pyaar se de rahe hai rakhlo warna thappad mar ke bhi de sakte hai