A lot has been said about the stranglehold of the leftist woke cabal over the pan-India entertainment industries. Last year, Bollywood, in particular, suffered a terrible fate on account of hitback from frustrated audiences. Despite open calls to boycott trashy and agenda-driven anti-Sanatani content in the industry, the Bollywood cabal arrogantly kept denying the obvious. Consequently, their revenue collection nosedived, courtesy of innumerable boycott trends. This seems to have caused a great churning, one that has resulted in an overt conflict between two contrarian viewpoints.
Notably, an interesting and unignorable trend is emerging from these entertainment industries. There is a clear divide in these industries. In this article, we will highlight an impeding clash of cultures and the two sides involved in this overt clash.
Pro-Sanatani group gives a nightmare to the typical Bollywood Cabal
There is no use wasting energy to highlight the obvious agenda of the Bollywood cabal, which includes the likes of Karan Johar and Anurag Kashyap. But several movies in the recent past highlight that a group is emerging in Bollywood and regional industries that is keeping Sanatani traditions in the foreground.
The recent Luv Rajan-directed film, ‘Tu Jhoothi Main Makkaar’ (TJMM), emphasised the importance of family values and family members, a core belief held by the Sanatanis. It is often mocked and trivialised by the feminist bunch within the industry. However, there was a stark difference in carrying out this message. The Bollywood cabal has been pushing its puke-worthy Woke agenda blatantly and with impunity. But in the Luv Ranjan film, TJMM, deciphering this message was difficult until the very end of the movie.
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One doesn’t have to do intense research to understand the despicable behaviour patterns of the Bollywood cabal. The trailer of the upcoming film, ‘Bheed,” openly showcases its agenda along the lines of Western propaganda outlets like the NYT, Washington Post, and BBC, among others. There is hardly anything in the trailer except showing Indian cops in a bad light, besmirching Indian society and branding authorities as criminally incompetent and discriminatory.
Similarly, movies like Drishyam 2, RRR, Jersey (despite its commercial outcome), and Kaun Praveen Tambe showcased the importance of Sanatani traditions and emphasised the importance of family values.
Looking beyond Bollywood, we have films like Vikram, Kaithi, and Sita Ramam that have proudly depicted Indian culture in all its glory.
So brace yourself for an upcoming clash of cultures as the other side has also started to make its voice heard, and mind you, it might have found a place for making its voice heard very late, but it is the voice of the majority, and the gross difference in revenue collection speaks volumes on which side is winning this clash and what the audiences really want from the entertainment industry. And that is clean entertainment that doesn’t punch down our rich heritage and culture.
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