Recently, I saw the movie. If I am not wrong and if I am able to understand the pysche of all the IITians, and in fact all college going people, we all simply loved the movie, and that is the reason why it was able to make Rs. 26 crore in just 3 days of its release.
Each one of us has used such language at some point of time in our lives, mostly in college, during the so called interaction with our seniors or which some people might prefer to call as ragging.
Never had such gross reality been portrayed on screen. On one hand, if we go by what Aamir Khan has to say about the movie is that he was just bringing the reality on the celluloid. On the other hand we have our Activist wing which is questioning the loss of morality and decency caused by such vulgour act of portraying.
The question that stares us in our faces is whether India should evolve with time (if I can at all take the liberty of calling it an evolution) or should India preserve its dark truth (the activist prefer to term it in this manner) in some place, never to be seen and never to be openly accepted by our society?