5 Indian Movies against LKK (Log Kya Kahenge) Syndrome
Times when Indian Cinema stood against LKK syndrome
While three fourth of the younger population in other nations are struggling with issues like teenage pregnancy and drug addiction, the youth of our country are still stuck behind the social barriers restricting them to live a life of their dreams. This crisis has often served as the plot for many Indian movies.
1. 3 IDIOTS(2009 Hindi)
The first film that pops up in our mind while thinking of LKK syndrome-3 Idiots. Even though the movie deals with the various educational dilemma in our country the part where Farhan Qureshi (played by R.Madhavan) confronts his parents to choose a profession he likes agrees more with our discussion.
A truly inspiring and touching emotional scene, it persuades us to do what you love rather than love what you do no matter what others say.
The first Indian film to cross 300 crores, 3 idiots received a deserved victory and are still sighted as a movie that every Indian should watch.
|Film – Godha|
In India harassing sportswomen based on the outfit they wear is something that needs to be looked upon. Godha explores that horizon of LKK syndrome too. A funny romantic sports drama, this film is worth a watch and inspires every young girl to follow her dreams.
|Film – Dear Zindagi|
I bet you won’t open up about your depression in a country like India because if you do so you would be declared “MAD”. The same story “Log Kya Kahenge” forces percent of the population to live silently with their worries, anxieties, and depression leading to a more stressful life.
Beautifully directed by ace director Gauri Shinde Dear Zindagi opens up about mental health taboos prevailing in our country and convinces us that it is no sin to speak up about your worries. Above all its a film that encourages us to love our life. Alia Bhatt too was successful in representing a perplexing youth of our country dealing with anxiety issues. The one thing we all want after watching this movie is “Dr. Jug”!!!
|Film – Aligarh|
|Film – Arekti Premer Golpo|
The plight, the suffering; everything is just so heart touching. This film is a depiction of society’s attitude towards a person who chooses his own sexuality and changes our mindset towards transgender.