Ritabhari Chakraborty and Soham Majumdar starrer Brahma Janen Gopon Kommoti will be releasing today. Bankrolled by windows production, the film is directed by Arita Mukherjee. The film has been trending ever since it has released its official poster which shows women as a goddess who is capable of performing any task.
But today, we will give you another set of five reasons of watching this film which questions many taboos.
1. Gender imbalance: The actors in the film believe that the film will spark row on social stigmas. Soham Majumdar said, “Women still don’t have freedom. They still need to take permission before taking any decision. We talk about independence but have we actually given them. Brahma Janen Gopon Kommoti puts questions on such stigmas initiates and it is very important.”
2. Talking About Menstruation: Ritabhari Chakraborty is playing the lead character name Shabari. Ritabhari says that it is an important film. “We need to break menstrual taboos, equality between man and a woman, rituals like kanyadaan which doesn’t have meaning. We are following because it is being followed like this for so many years. Menstruation is not discussed in any film, not in a family film for sure,” added the actress.
3. Different storyline: The story revolves around Ritabhari who is a lecturer and artiste but she is a woman priest too. When a marriage proposal came from Soham Majumdar family, she clearly tells him about her multiple professions. But he asks her to keep one important part of her life undercover due to the stigmas.
4. Women’s Day: Production house Windows decided to celebrate women day by releasing a women-oriented film each year. “Brahma Janen Gopon Kommoti content is very different. We have not seen any such content till now where we speak about empowering women. We hope that the audience will love the film.” said Shiboprosad.
5. Discriminations: In the film, Ritabhari will be featured as a lady priest. But this is not a job done by women in the Hindu society. Brahma Janen Gopon Kommoti questions all such discriminations. In the trailer, the lead actress is seen correcting the mantra being chanted by a priest at her own wedding. But this was not accepted by the society just because she was women. The film makes one think about the old fashioned rites and rituals and even questions the gender imbalance in society. The film breaks many taboos of society and talks about equal rights for women in our society
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