Recently watched Pink.
I could go on and on about how everyone must must watch this movie, especially the current generation. Not to understand what are the do's and don'ts for nightlife for a women in Delhi. But to understand what is perceived, not just by strangers but even our peers.
It left one with a numbing feeling that anyone could be trapped in the same way. And ironically one doesn't need to be naive either. Even a all knowing street smart person can get caught.
So what is the solution. Not just to avoid such "accidents" but also how to break the prejudices in peoples minds. Education, clearly, isn't the answer, since I myself know well educated and groom post graduates suffering the same prejudices.
The crux however remains, that each and every human being (not just males but females as well) needs to listen to and understand the meaning of these lines.
"ना " सिर्फ़ एक शब्द नहीं
अपने आप में एक पूरा वाक्य हैं
इसे किसी तर्ख , स्पष्टीकरण , explanation या व्याख्या की ज़रुरत नहीं होती
ना का मतलब ना ही होता हैं