BBC has its own view, India has been so ignorant of taking itself to Oscar's with slum dog millionaire without realizing that Slum Dog Millionaire was actually a shame. Though we feel that It was rightly portrayed. Instead of working towards development , we glorify our under development so much that people outside are curious to make a documentary and make money in the expense of the world laughing at us.
I am happy to see my sisters supporting the ban because they realize that 90% of India's sons doesn't or won't rape.
In my view, any documentary which gives a platform to a rapist to justify his action should be banned. period. #IndiasDaughter
— Prabhu Chawla (@PrabhuChawla) March 7, 2015
Now lets talk about the image above where German professor is not allowing Indian students.
Who is shamed? India's Son? Rape is a problem in India, like terrorism is a problem in Pakistan..But that doesn't means the whole 18 million people of Pakistan are terrorists or 1 billion people of India are Rapists. It doesn't mean every India's Son is a rapist.
I am ready to protect my sister, cousins in any cause, even if it takes down my life. This is what India's Son is. India's Son doesn't rape.
Now with this statistics, Is U.S going to be taught a lesson about rapes by BBC? We already had the president coming here and talking about religious tolerance. Wish he had first rectified his own people and imposing strict punishments there.
I like to call up the below statement from a blog post. Source here
"Don't make India anti-men in a bid to make it pro-women. India doesn't need misandry in garb of feminism. "