Satyamev Jayate: To Accept or Not

 
Satyamev Jayate: To Accept or Not

What is the purpose of life? Is it to conform to the ideologies and beliefs of the society or to break free and live your life by your own rules? How do we decide whether something is legit or not? Would we still call something as illegitimate in spite of having concerns regarding the parties involved in it? How far have we come from the perceived darkness towards the ray of light?


These are some questions one need to ask oneself when he/she is stuck in between the society and its moral rights. Who decides what is moral and immoral? Hasn't it been always subjective? However there are different levels to it. One needs to understand certain things based on the understanding and the sensitivity of an issue.


In Sunday's episode of Satyamev Jayate, Aamir has highlighted the issue of LGBT and put forth a question as to why are we still not in terms with the fact that there exists a way of living that is different to ours. We as a society need to change and welcome them. Accept their decision and support them. The issue is critical and extremely sensitive. But why is change looked down upon? Why is it that we cannot look at a particular instance with logic and care it requires?


#

During the episode, we saw how the outlook of the Indian society is towards gender identity. It is equally hard on parents whose child is suffering as it is for the child itself. With the support of the child's parents and the society, a human life was saved. We saw some amazing and inspiring stories of gays and lesbians. We see some definite change of ideas taking place in our society. But how widespread is this outlook?


There was also a heart wrenching story of a eunuch about how she was helplessly discarded and abandoned by her family. Change is vital. People need to see what makes sense and extend a positive approach towards these type of situations.


#

Many present in the audience were not comfortable with the idea of homosexuality. People still consider it as a taboo. But there are people who are fighting for their rights. One needs to know that it is something which can happen to anyone.


What daunts me is whether the issue has really settled amongst the crowd and if yes then till what extend are they ready to fight for it or take a stand? We see people raising their voice against number of things but how many of us are putting our foot down and actually believe in doing something rather than gabbing about it? It's time people stop preaching on what has been a general opinion and start to comprehend a situation by weighing its virtue.


#


Related Posts
 
 

 
Latest features
 
 
 
popular features
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
MOST POPULAR
TRENDING MOVIES
Release Date :
2016-12-02
1 Reviews

 
Release Date :
2016-12-02
0 Reviews

 
Release Date :
2016-12-02
1 Reviews

 
Release Date :
2016-12-02
0 Reviews

 
Release Date :
2016-12-09
0 Reviews

 
Release Date :
2016-12-09
0 Reviews

 
Release Date :
2016-12-11
0 Reviews

 
Release Date :
2016-12-14
0 Reviews

 
 
 
RECENT REVIEWS

Pulkit Sharma

Check out my review of Underworld:Blood Wars on official blog https://pulkitreviewistw.wordpress.com......Read the full review
  • 0
  • 0
  • |
  • 23 Hours ago
  • |
  • 18
 

Shruti Agarwal

Dear Zindagi...What an amazing film by Genius Gauri Shinde, who again proved herself. Alia in her in......Read the full review
  • 0
  • 0
  • |
  • 1 Week ago
  • |
  • 68
 

Partha Goswami

Very bad movie.It is boring as hell.SRK should think twice before signing for any movie. Anyways bet......Read the full review
  • 1
  • 0
  • |
  • 1 Week ago
  • |
  • 63
 

Sanket Porwal

#DearZindagi as a film responded to my inner emotions like very few films ever did. And No, it's not......Read the full review
  • 0
  • 1
  • |
  • 1 Week ago
  • |
  • 73
 
POPULAR ON CnS
 

Follow Us

Copyright © ClapsnSlaps, Inc 2016.
SBB Venture Pvt. Ltd. All rights reserved.

The content on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of clapsnslaps.com