It came a great shock two days back, when a leading south Indian actress was abducted on her way back to home at around 7.30 pm on Saturday, and left at the heart of Ernakulam city two hours later by a gang of 5 members. In the moving cabin in one of the busiest routes of Kerala, she was threatened, physically and sexually abused, her pictures and videos shot in compromising positions before the gang left her. Most shocking part is that it happened in the most busiest city of Kerala, in open public in the late evening, and gives wrong signs that even celebrities are not safe. To add more fumes, the involvement of her driver, and the incident originally planned one month ago, and may include some big guns are other added facts. The incident draws close lines with 2012 Delhi incident and many events are matching with the recent Bollywood film, Pink - mere co-incidence.
Actually a bunch of discussions can be started off with this topic. Yet I would like to concentrate my discussions on society's mentality to film heroines. Actually it's hurting to see many remarks on social networking sites merely because she is a film heroine. For many, molestation of a heroine is not a big concern. Many feel it's quite common in film field, and only concern is about shot videos and photos. Many even went on to say she reported to police only because of this factor, merely forgetting what the agony she faced in those two hours in the hands of a group of goons?
Are celebrities not humans? Is she not a woman who can go through all the depressions and agonies of a victim? What's your opinion on this concern?
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