Please don’t turn saree in to a chador! Do these people even know that the “indian culture” included “not wearing a blouse” till very recently? Blouse was never a part of the saree wearing tradition. Saree might cover the breasts, but the back would always be bare – no different than the picture above.
Indian culture is not about showing or hiding skin – it is about respecting women and empowering them and making sure that women half, the better half, plays an important role in our society!
If you want to save the Indian Culture, join the “save the girl child” campaign; don’t get hung up on a little piece of fabric.
Just a reminder for Shiv Sainik – ratio of girl birth to boy child birth in Mumbai is dismal 898, i.e., there are only 898 girl child born for every 1000 boys (950 girls to 1000 boys is conisered average). Find out who is killing 52+ girls for every 1000 girl born rather than worrying about who is wearing what in a movie!
Shiv Sena and Saree to Karina
Shiv Sena workers on Friday tied a saree around a poster of Kareena Kapoor from the film ‘Kurbaan’, expressing indignation over the still flashing her bare back. Women Shiv Sena members tied a saree around the poster of Kareena in Juhu, who is shown holding a bare-chested Saif Ali Khan, in the image.
The sainiks had visited Kareena’s residence to present her a saree. However, the police deployed around her house saw to that such action are prevented. Some sources from the Sena group stated,”We objected to the posters as they showed the actress semi-nude and we found to be in very bad taste. It violates our Indian culture.”
The movie, starring Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor and Vivek Oberoi, is slated for release later this month. It is directed by Rensil D’Silva and is a romance set against the backdrop of terrorism.
The film, which is already in news for a steamy love scene between Kareena and Saif was previously titled ‘Jehad’.