Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Boycott Aamir khan movie to Stop Abuse of Men!

It won't surprise me if it comes as a surprise to you about the title of the Blog.  But it is true. 

Men's Right Activists to boycott Aamir's Talaash - YouTube

Men's Rights Activists have decided to boycott Aamir Khan's upcoming movie "Talaaash". This boycott is a mark of protest against Aamir Khan's show Satyamev Jayate in which he and the showmakers left no stone unturned in projecting men in bad light. They even went to the extent of showing scripted cases and false statistics of "so-called abuse of women" and hiding true statistics of abuse of men by women and society.

Aamir Khan indulged in spreading male hatred in the society and contributed to creating an atmosphere averse to distressed and victimized men. Such an atmosphere is a breeding ground for male suicides and Aamir, through his show, just contributed to the growth of such a ground. In short he is directly responsible for the large number of growing suicides by men, especially by married men.
The question Mr. Aamir Khan never answered , as we witness maximum women abused mentally, physically, sexually in his own Bollywood Film industry , but why he is silent and never shown any guts to clean up the same?  Instead of clean up his own profession industries why he prefer to point fingers to others in scripted show? 
Some people term him : He is not a Aamir Khan, he is Mr. Farzi Khan!!!

Here are some of the gory facts about suicides by men and some other issues faced by men.

As per reports by the Honorable Union Home Ministry, more than 62000 married men are ending their life by committing suicides and Mr. Aamir khan is so blind that he is never able to see that and even justified the slapping of husband on television. He is directly responsible for all husbands' suicide and has promoted the domestic violence against men. 

He is not a honest man as per me and I will never going to see his movie, which promotes violence and disharmony in society.

Men’s rights activists to get back at Aamir - Bangalore Mirror,Bangalore Mirror »

Full News :Men’s rights activists across India have decided to boycott Aamir Khan’s upcoming movie Talaash to protest against the Bollywood actor’s portrayal of men as villains in his TV show Satyameva Jayate. They have launched an SMS and online campaign to urge men not to watch the movie.
“We are not against this movie but against Aamir Khan who portrayed husbands and men as culprits in Satyameva Jayate,” said Virag Dhulia, a techie and head of gender studies at men’s rights organisation Confidare Research.
Virag added, “Aamir has given false statistics in his episodes about women’s suicide and domestic violence. According to union home ministry’s data, 62,000 men commit suicide in the country every year. He has not shown the truth about male suicides. He should have also called us and we would have explained the truth. ”
He alleged that Aamir showed false statistics that one in every two women was a victim of dowry harassment and domestic violence. In Bangalore, the boycott is being spearheaded by organisations like Save Indian Family (SIF). Across India, there are about 10,000 men’s rights activists.


Our Demands:

1)     The time has come to establish “Ministry for Men Welfare”. We demand on this day to the Govt of India to establish the “Ministry for Men Welfare”

2)     All gender biased laws like IPC 498A, DV Act, Proposed Sexual Harassment at Workplace Bill”, Proposed “Marriage Law Bill 2010 (Amendment)”, Adultery Law (IPC 497) should be made Gender Neutral.

3)     End the "legal terrorism" perpetrated through the misuse of anti-male, anti-family laws. Make IPC 498A bailable and non-congnizable.

4)     Make provisions to punish those who abuse the judicial process irrespective of gender.

5)     Confer protection upon men against verbal, emotional, economic, physical and sexual         abuse at home and in the work place.

6)     Grant joint child custody to both spouses upon dissolution of marriage.

Other News Link:

15000 men to boycott all Aamir Khan's films until he apologises!

Times of India ‎- 1 hour ago
Men's rights activists give out clarion call to arms against Khan and Talaash. Say they won't rest until he stops demonising men.

Aamir Khan's films to be boycotted by 15000 families?
26 minutes ago – Seems like actor/activist Aamir Khan's TV show 'Satyamev Jayate' has compelled several men into boycotting the actor's latest release, 'Talaash'.

आमिर की 'तलाश' का बॉयकॉट - Navbharat Times »
Men's Rights Activists to boycott Aamir Khan's Movie Talaash देश भर में कई लोग आमिर से इतने नाराज हैं कि उन्होंने...

some social organization will reject film talash
तलाश का बहिष्कार करेंगे सामाजिक संगठन
मुंबई,[चेतना येरुनकर]। टीवी शो सत्यमेव जयते में महिलाओं पर होने वाली घरेलू हिंसा में सिर्फ ससुराल पक्ष को ही जिम्मेदार ठहराने के विरोध में कई सामाजिक संगठनों ने शो के होस्ट आमिर खान की आने वाली फिल्म तलाश का बहिष्कार करने का फैसला किया है। इन संगठनों के मुताबिक घरेलू हिंसा पर आधारित एपिसोड में कई अहम तथ्यों को भी छुपाया गया था। आइएफएफ (इंडियन फैमली फाउंडेशन), पीआइएफएफ (प्रोटेक्ट इंडियन फैमली फाउंडेशन) और एमएएसएचएएएल (मदर्स एंड सिस्टर्स ऑफ हसबैंड अगेंस्ट अब्यूज ऑफ लॉ) संयुक्त रूप से इस अभियान को आयोजित कर रहे हैं।
इन संगठनों से मुंबई में जुड़े 10 हजार से ज्यादा पुरुष फिल्म तलाश के बहिष्कार में हिस्सा लेंगे। पीआइएफएफ के सदस्य अमित देशपाडे ने बताया कि सत्यमेव जयते से जुड़े लोगों ने उनका भी साक्षात्कार किया था। इसमें उन्होंने (देशपाडे) बताया था कि किस तरह पुरुष भी घरेलू हिंसा के शिकार हैं, लेकिन इस एपिसोड को प्रसारित नहीं किया गया। देशपाडे के अनुसार, मुद्दा यह नहीं है कि पुरुषों के पक्ष को प्रसारित नहीं किया गया, बल्कि असल बात यह है कि लोगों को पता चलना चाहिए कि महिलाएं किस तरह ऐसी परिस्थितिया पैदा कर देतीं हैं कि पति या ससुराल पक्ष को ऐसा कदम उठाना पड़ता है। देशपाडे ने भारत सरकार के एक आकड़े का ब्योरा देते हुए बताया कि पिछले साल 62 हजार से ज्यादा विवाहित पुरुषों को आत्महत्या के लिए विवश होना पड़ा। (मिड-डे)

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