Short Take: Finding Perfection In Imperfect Equation
I read a couple of reviews on Shakuntala Devi . The film makes an attempt to prove that the mathematical genius, played by Vidya Balan, is not only a mother but also a woman.
I am not commenting on the film here, but on the writer who repeatedly tries to show the uneasiness of a mother looking for the woman in her.
The problem lies in the search for a woman in motherhood, which devastates her relationship with her husband and daughter.
The root cause of the search for the woman in motherhood is the left-liberal philosophy of feminism, anti-patriarchy, single-mom and free sex.
One of the grave consequences of such philosophy is ruination of the institution of family. A fatherless child is as rabid as a mother wanting to find the woman in her.
There are many disturbing stories which are the consequences of this left-liberal philosophy. One among such stories is Shakuntala Devi’s.
However, it is up to a woman, if she wants to search a woman in motherhood. If she decides on it, she loses family. That’s the imperfect equation and that’s the truth.
This applies to men too.
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