This is what the social media users are questioning Sandeep Reddy Vanga who allegedly made films that propagate misogyny and had been unapologetic about the way he has portrayed his protagonist in ‘Arjun Reddy’ and ‘Kabir Singh’.
Like other celebrities who expressed concern over #JusticeForDisha ‘s murder, Sandeep Reddy called for a new rule where there must be fear among rapists and that can be made possible by executing brutal sentence to rapists.
For his response, many social media users are advising him to first stop making misogynistic movies where the protagonist threatens a girl to rape her. They think that he who makes such movies has no right to speak about women safety.
In the wake of this heinous crime, films like ‘Arjun Reddy’ and ‘Kabir Singh’ are coming under severe criticism where the male chauvinist stance is glorified by adding glamour to the behaviour that actually needs to be slammed.
In a country like India where illiteracy is still a big problem, glorifying such behaviour is like suicidal. Though RGV is said to be an eccentric genius, his recent tweets how to handle rapists and the importance of creating a safe environment for women at vulnerable places can’t be ignored.
It has been a while since geniuses like RGV spoke something really worth a thought. Rapists learn no lessons from punishments, but we need to create a system of questioning these rapists publicly by the psychiatrists to know their mindsets exactly and then take measures to deflect them. Hmm!