World of Women
Bollywood and half-clad Indian girls
By Bharat J. Gajjar
In the 1930s American girls started wearing swimsuits and semi-nudity came to America. It was at that time that American men started going to Burlesque places to see this on stage. Now in America, semi-dressing is a common phenomenon and Burlesque has gone out of business. Now in India, Bollywood is showing indecency in movies and the common man is enjoying seeing semi-clad women dancing in a group.
But Bollywood is controlled partly by Middle East money and it is they who want a Mr Khan in every movie dancing with half-bare Hindu girls. And the second Middle East requirement is that every other song should have ?Allah, Allah? in it. Now these movies fetch lots of money in Pakistan and the Middle East. The third requirement is that no Muslim girl should be the heroine dancing half-clothed. All this is happening in Bollywood movies today. This is their strategy for denigrating our girls and culture.
Inter-religious alliances are difficult as the social system is still strong in India. But when Hindus go to America, the caste system breaks down. Many Hindu girls are marrying Muslim boys and Muslim boys targeting Hindu girls. In Houston, I have heard of many Hindu girls having married Muslim boys. One Brahmin girl, born in America, married a Muslim, converted to Islam and was taken to Pakistan where she now wears a burkha.
In Houston, I heard many Hindu girls have married Muslim boys. One example I know is of a Brahmin girl, born in America, who married a Muslim boy. She was converted to Islam and taken to Pakistan where she now wears a burkha.
Western money is also spent in Bollywood as they like to see the heroine coming out of the Church and the hero wearing a cross. I think their strategy is to induce more converts.
Is Bollywood'sdress obscenity seeping into the daily Indian life? Recently I read a report that young girls in India prefer wearing western clothes than sarees and the sale of jeans has skyrocketed. Is Bharat going to lose its culture?
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