Akshay Kumar’s Toilet- Ek Prem Katha is sure enjoyable & thinking provoking but its dialogues are a prompt of how women and their fitness is not considered a main concern in our country. Here are the dialogues in the preview which will reside with you long after you have watched the preview.
Akshay Kumar’s upcoming movie Toilet- Ek Prem Katha has success full written all over it. Public are loving the lot regarding the trailer, which has comedy & disaster blended mutually in a subtle way likely but beyond just a movie, the trailer places in front a fight which is going ignored every day, millions of voices which are going useless & women who are lessening sick just since we think toilet or require of it is not really an topic. In the movie Akshay plays the part of Keshav whose wife Bhumi Pednekar (Jaya) leaves him since his house does not have a toilet.
Keshav does not realize the significance of having a toilet at home till his wedded life meets this road-block. Soon his fight to get-back his wife begin but there is any more hindrance a culture that may think women their “Izzat” but refuse to give admiration to them. Paradoxically Tulsi the divinity, is the cause cited for not having a toilet at home and forcing ‘women’ of the house to defecate in open.
We hear women effective Bhumi’s character ‘Chalo sava chaar hogaye hai Sab Intezar kar rahe hai lotaa party me tumhara swagat ka’. When she cannot bring herself to go in the unlock she is made cool. The women say ‘Sasural me khane ko na de rahe? Sari laj sharam chhodhkar lag jao kam pe’. The trailer in no way fails to depart the topic alone or declare it out of context. In a chat between Akshay kumar and Divyendu Sharma we hear, ‘Unhone toh meri kismat ghusalkhane mein likhi hogi aur upar se glow aur kardiya’ which not directly depicts how a man’s effort goes in ineffective if he try to stand up for a woman. Being a aggravated husband Akshay asks his fellow community men if banishing a toilet extra significant than a woman’s solitude.
And you can-not still believe of having a toilet at home since ‘Jiss Aangan main tulsi lagate hai waha sauch karna suru karde?” Toilet Ek Prem Katha’s dialogue, written by ‘Siddharth-Garima’, tourist attractions attitude that needs to be challenge. As Anupam Kher says in the preview ‘if you modify not anything, not anything will change’.
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Lastly the trailer comes to end on a unsatisfactory note where the artist can be hear saying, ‘Aashiqone Aashiqui ke-liye Taj-Mahal bana diya, hum ek sandas na bana sake’. So has the man in query failed to teach his village regarding the profit of toilet in arrange to save his wedded life? Well the secrecy remains whole but going by the dialogues & the story line they say modify begins at home but in India, still a small change at home seem a far-away dream.