Did the monologue in the trailer of #PatiPatniAurWoh seriously just defend marital rape???? 🤔— Antara Lahiri (@AntaraLahiri) November 4, 2019
#PatiPatniAurWoh #PatiPatniAurWohtrailer— Apurva (@Apurva81287066) November 4, 2019
...so the whole team of this movie think rape is a joke..."balatkaar" is not a joke and no wife would tag her husband as "balatkaari" just for fun...stop justifying stupidity just bcoz ur need a rhyming scheme in ur dialogues..!!!
Do any of you understand the gravity of marital rape? And that people have been fighting to have it criminalised in India? And adding this sort of pathetic humour to our discourse is problematic? Has ONE PERSON thought this through?— Ritika Grover (@groveritika) November 4, 2019
— Shreya 🎶 (@ShreyaTeresita) November 4, 2019
At 1.17, @TheAaryanKartik's character laments how "kisi tarah jugad laga sex hasil karne se" 'poor' men are labelled as rapists.
Reducing consent & #MeToo to a joke, this is film making?
Shame on you, @TheAaryanKartik & makers of #PatiPatniAurWoh !https://t.co/TbzcX13SGH