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Gems f Bollywood: A revolution in Hindi film viewing

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Rohit Kapoor
Rohit Kapoorhttps://twitter.com/i/communities/1577541029347332097
I am a netizen on Twitter by the profile name @IndianTrainFan and also as an opinionated content contributor to MyVoice.OpIndia forum.

Like many other Indian children of the 1990s, even I used to watch many Hindi films mostly on TV and selectively in theatres with great enthusiasm. Even after growing up, I never thought even remotely that selective Hindi films could be agenda driven, worse to say their stories being Hindumisic to the core. I’ve been on Twitter since 2013 but bumped across Gems of Bollywood (GoB) profile randomly in 2020. Initially, their DP attracted me but later I realized that the profile’s creators Mr. Sanjeev and Ms. Swati have invested immense research behind their pet profile project.

Hindumisia can be simply defined as irrational hatred or despise towards Hinduism or to be precise Sanatan Dharma. GoB team through their tweets showcase how some Hindi film or the other project Hindumisic content under the garb of cinematic liberty.

I gradually realized that scenes showing a Hindi film’s protagonist facing our Hindu deities weren’t simply about confrontation but downright misbehavior to the level of hurting our dharmic sentiments. Naysayers feel that such scenes aren’t a big deal when our faith has the concept of expressing disappointment to our deities. But I feel that expressing disappointment doesn’t mean addressing our Devis and Devatas with disrespect as shown in some Hindi film scenes.

GoB team is accused of spreading a Bollywood boycott agenda by India’s Leftist Liberals. But I am of the opinion that they are only tweeting about Hindumisic content that’s present in the public domain via CBFC certified Hindi film releases. Their Twitter profile itself claims that their tweets are meant for educational purposes.

I further feel that they aren’t against the medium of filmmaking, leave Hindi films aside else why would they have praised The Kashmir Files film? The issue is not with Hindi cinema, rather its to do with Hindumisic cinema. GoB on Twitter is surely a revolution to push Bollywood towards creating Hindumesia-free scripts for future generations of film goers. Personally, I wish that their profile isn’t trolled unnecessarily any further by mainstream cinema people.

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Rohit Kapoor
Rohit Kapoorhttps://twitter.com/i/communities/1577541029347332097
I am a netizen on Twitter by the profile name @IndianTrainFan and also as an opinionated content contributor to MyVoice.OpIndia forum.
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