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Guilty was guilty of getting India’s #MeToo movement wrong. On Wahiyat Wednesday

Guilty was guilty of getting India's #MeToo movement wrong. On Wahiyat Wednesday

One of India’s first movies on #MeToo, Kiara Advani’s Guilty had it all. A popular guy rapes a girl, she took a year to expose him, the she-asked-for-it-and is-now-seeking-attention angle (because consensual sex is not rape, right?), Twitter activism and whatnot (remember Tanushree Dutta and Nana Patekar case?). However, the movie was all about this college drama and delivered not a single impactful message to take home. Yes, it did bring out one of the world’s biggest movements, the MeToo movement, but it was tragically ineffective. As the film clocks a year of its release, we tell you why this movie, which could have been a powerful one, failed to impress the audience.

WHAT WAS GUILTY ABOUT?

Guilty features Kiara Advani as a college hipster named Nanki Dutta. She is a songwriter, uses Urdu words fluently, she’s intelligent, can recite poetry and also goes through some major emotional turmoil owing to her past life – all in a span of five minutes. Her ridiculous hair…

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