Terry Samudra’s first film ‘Kali Khuhi’. (Video grab image from Netflix India)
Director Terry Samudra’s first film ‘Kali Khuhi (Kali Khuhi)’ will be released on Netflix today. Samundra believes that masculinity is not about any man or woman, it has deep roots in society.
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The story of this horror film is about misfortune like female feticide which still remains a big problem in some parts of India. The Los Angeles-based filmmaker said that worshiping men as goddesses is irrational in a patriarchal society, and that their development is hampered by preventing men from expressing their weaknesses.
She said, ‘Women are considered goddesses and their idols are worshiped, but this is not real equality because it ignores the real problems and complexities of man. It’s not about good versus bad. Women can be evil too. They should be allowed to survive according to them. Patriarchy is not about any man or woman, but it is a rooted thought that has influenced everyone for many centuries.
In an online interview with PTI-Language, Sean said, ‘If you are a boy who can’t express himself and his tenderness, feelings and weaknesses, you have to imagine the effect as you get older. You will not have the ability to talk to others, understand them and build relationships.