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Swara Bhasker Proves To Be An Absolute Kock Out in The Masturbation Scene In VDW

Published On: 01 June 2018 | Bollywood | By:

Veere Di Wedding, starring Kareena Kapoor Khan, Sonam Kapoor ahuja, Swara Bhasker and Shikha Talsania, is a film that we didn’t know we needed.

Swara Bhasker Proves To Be An Absolute Kock Out in The Masturbation Scene In VDW
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For the first time has a Bollywood film dared to address woman’s sensuality, without making excuses.
We were brought up to ask for external approval consciously and unconsciously. This tendency only reflects your soul’s and childhood wounding, and it denies your gorgeous divine Self. Solution? Shower endless compassion towards yourself. Any dramas, conflicts, and misunderstanding in your life is merely a reflection that you can love yourself more. 

The real power of your divine femininity is beyond measure. Gone are the days you were a Cinderella waiting to be rescued, it’s not even about being female. 

Each one of us, male and female, carries within our psyche both Masculinity and Femininity.This film says what Indian women have been trying to tell their men since ages – we, too, are sexual beings. And it is not despite our upbringing but thanks to it, that we don’t feel the need to hide it.

There’s a scene in VDW, where Swara is shown using a vibrator. She is using the toy in plain sight when her ex-husband walks in on her. There’s nothing shocking about this except the year is 2018, and it took us all this time to acknowledge that women, too, can pleasure themselves. In fact, the term, ‘Apna haath, Jagganath’ is used liberally throughout the film. 

Swara’s character also doesn’t shy away from discussing the length of her husband’s penis with her friends. This shouldn’t make you flinch if you have been laughing over silly jokes on a woman’s vital stats since forever.

Which also brings us to the subject of cuss words. Why is Kareena going, ‘fuck’ in every sentence such a cause of worry? If the men can get away with abusing mothers and sisters in ever second breath, we think we, too, are allowed a little breathing space, patriarchy.

Families tend to be more protective towards their daughters. Parents impose their own moral, religious or personal views toward sex onto their children, and this is particularly the case with girls. Feelings of guilt and shame are born in the household and at a very young age, when little girls are taught to hide or repress their physical selves. As they reach adolescence and start dating, protective or critical attitudes from parental figures tend to teach young women to suppress or resist their sexuality. Everyone from their parents to their peers may be sending them the message that being sexual is synonymous with being a slut.

That is why it is so important to debunk the myths about a women’s sexuality and allow every individual to live freely as their fullest selves.

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