“Feminism isn’t about making women strong. Women are already strong. It’s about changing the way the world perceives that strength.”

—G.D. Anderson

Exactly Two months after the release of the juggernaut, DANGAL, a stimulating and potent sports drama that rousingly portrayed the journey of two daughters from the village of Haryana to the International world of Wrestling, it’s protagonist, Aamir Khan, has yet again made an immensely poignant point about women empowerment.Featuring in his latest commercial for the Star Channel’s initiative,

Featuring in his most recent commercial for the Star Channel’s initiative, NAYI SOCH, the actor is seen essaying the role of Gurdeep Singh, owner of a sweet shop that has suddenly become a rage and come out of the clutches of anonymity, thanks to the power of the internet. The two very crucial people behind its blazing success are his children, and neither of them is a boy.

The commercial bravely paints a canvas of the claustrophobic mindset we all are buried under. It isn’t just an advertisement designed to showcase the vanity and pre-eminence of a superstar, it is a validation that the female sex isn’t equal, it is unquestionably a superior sex. More power to Mr.Khan and the girls. As the actor proudly says in his film, Mhari choriyaan choron se kam hain ke

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