The Ranbir Kapoor starred movie however has been infamous for its vulgarity which makes it offensive to be watched with family. The name of the movie itself depicts the wild beasts under human skin. But being a social-worker, I could figure out some voluminous shout-outs from the movie which need to be given ears, shoulders and soul.
1: Ragging in schools or colleges:
The first day to college or schools is not just a day but a celebration for the entire family of the boy or a girl. Embarking on a new student journey with totally new place, new people and a new class, however, is exciting, yet immensely stressful. Thousands of students left studying, and many went into psychological illnesses.
I remember my first day at college when two young boys tried to rag me and harassed me to give up. Although I managed to give them befitting answers and escape, yet many surrender.
Bullying gave months of sleepless nights and depression to many children. Many left education, some lived scared, some suffered violence and girls mostly suffered sexual harassments.
To fight those influential brats School or college administration would be apprehensive of taking on them so our brothers our loved ones are compelled to take law in their hands or be animalic which Ranbir Kapoor has acted for eloquently and efficiently.
2: CORPORAL PUNISHMENT
The actor in the movie “ANIMAL” receives corporal punishment for no bad conduct but for making a haste to meet his father on his birthday. The stick hits leave very deep wounds on his hands and make him feel embarrassed before the entire class of students. The effects of corporal punishments are not just confined to classroom only but the entire life of that child, his body and mind.
3: inattentive parents:
The struggle of a young child to seek at least five to ten minutes of attention from his busy father is heart breaking. Children, indeed, need a financially secured future which is assured by their parents by working to earn day and night. But their present demands for an attention, concern and friendship from their parents to make their childhood memorable and groomed which is provital and can’t be bought. Children with right attention at right time, right education, right etiquettes and cordial family grow bloomed and spread their wings sheltering needy. They can buy luxuries, but they cannot buy the memories that they could make in their childhood to relish parenting of their parents.
4: DECENTRALIZING REVENGE AND HATRED IN FAMILY and its impacts on children:
Familial conflicts have been there since ages. It has become normal. Property issues, misunderstandings, conspiracies, conveniences or familial legacies have been successful in creating rift among brothers, kith and kins.
Discussing these issues, hatred and revenge among our family and kids passes the hatred on to our upcoming generation. This waters the hatred in the hearts of our kids against their family enemies and makes the soil of revenge more fertile. Hence, our kids grow rebellious, angry, violent and impatient. Consequently, we see an immoral, asocial and unempathetic.
In conclusion, I would like you all to hail the makers of the ANIMAL MOVIE for making it possible to the viewers to review their sociability, responsibility and duty. Apart from all the vulgarities depicting womanized culture, sexist behaviour of influentials, dehumanization of humanity there is another side of the movie.
I hope I have understood the movie.
The author is a philanthropist, columnist, author of The Book THE MELANCHOLIC TALES OF A HALF ORPHAN and Chairperson and C.E.O of Kashmir Servers Foundation.
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