Actress Divya Dutta feels it’s a good factor that we’re a minimum of brazenly speaking about home violence in opposition to girls now, due to social media, however says it’s going to take a few years to completely eradicate the social menace.
Divya had simply starred in a brief movie titled “The Relationship Supervisor”, which addresses the problem of home violence. She says girls ought to cease being silent over the matter, as has been taking place for ages now.
“Home violence is likely one of the points that we not solely want to handle, but additionally proceed to speak about. It’s embedded within the upbringing of each lady that they should let to go, they’ve to regulate. For generations, girls are instructed that to maintain their marriage and youngsters comfortable, they’ve to regulate with violence. At the very least, we’re speaking about it now due to social media. However I do know that it’s going to take a few years to eradicate. Speaking about it’s a hope,” Divya instructed IANS.
The story of the movie is about within the time of lockdown, the place a spouse turns into the goal of bodily assault of her husband.
“Ladies should study to take care of home violence than simply take it of their stride, considering ‘log kya kahenge’ (what is going to individuals say). At any time when they face home violence, as a substitute of being silent they need to communicate their thoughts. As society, as a substitute of tagging it as taboo, we needs to be supportive,” added the actress.
“The Relationship Supervisor” is directed by Falguni Thakore and, based on Divya, the filmmaker strongly felt the necessity to open up concerning the concern.
“The relevance and the final leg of the story attracted me to return on board. Irrespective of how conscious we’re concerning the trigger, at instances the sufferer wants that little nudge to take step one, to face in opposition to the problem,” mentioned Divya.
Produced by Neeraj Pandey, the movie additionally options Annup Sonii, Anupam Kher, Sana Khan, and Juhi Babbar.