Society and movies reflect each other. Explain the statement in the light of the impact of movies on Indian young minds.
Ans: Movies are made in
order to entertain and educate people and make them aware of the reality. But
today the basic concept has been misused and misunderstood. Movies do more harm
than good on young minds. Nowadays movies are made for adults only & when
the young children see them they gain maturity at a very early age &
generally they make severe mistakes this way. Again, certain Hollywood movies
are very scary & violent & their impact is so severe that children also
become violent resulting in losing temper & can commit some criminal
activities. Children should be strictly prohibited from watching such movies. At
a very delicate age instead of concentrating on their studies, they waste their
time watching movies & score badly in their exams. There are some very
naked scenes in Hollywood movies & they have a very bad impact on the
children. They tend to forget Indian culture & adopt western culture &
thus they ruin their future. Parents should take care about their wards &
guide them the right way by not allowing them to watch movies.
are certain educational & family movies which teach children the moral
values & make them aware of the Indian culture & inculcates the morale
within them. There are certain child movies which are meant for them only.
Most of the
actresses are given roles in Bollywood movies to objectify beauty. More than
half of them are ex-models (and the other half are the daughters of someone in
the entertainment industry) who lack the raw talent of acting.
abusers, stalkers and bullies are portrayed as cool and worship able, promoting
a wrong code of conduct amongst the young minds.
topics are generally considered as a taboo. Many parents feel awkward to speak
about these, indirectly posing their thoughts through various restrictions
placed upon their children. Financial and social hurdles stop these kids from
dreaming big, forming an unpalatable average mind-set.
Lacking hope and
guidance, they seek some knowledge from Bollywood, which in turn feeds them
with the supposedly required idols and mentors.
of-course, a handful of great motivating movies, which rarely make that much of
fame and money, and hence are mostly avoided or are unfortunately unavailable
to the masses.
Movies can have
a negative or positive impact on teenagers depending upon their plot. If the
plot is romantic or flirty teenagers will be provoked to hook up with boys or
girls instead of focusing on career and if the plot is positive it can also act
as a motivational or improving effect.