Cast of ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ have started ‘Lipstick Rebellion’ movement, where actors are showing the middle finger with a lipstick. #LipstickRebellion! Balaji Motion Pictures has lighted their beacon and called out for women to strike a pose with a lipstick to express themselves without inhibition.
The CBFC (Central Board of Film Certification) tried to ban the film for being “lady oriented”, and for having “sexual scenes, abusive words, audio pornography and a bit sensitive touch about one particular section of society”
This whole movement was started after this CBFC chapter for opposing a system of society in which the father or eldest male is head of the family and females have to live up according to males opinions.
The lead cast has already put up their selfies, showing a literal middle finger to the misogynist world and they have been joined by other celebrities. Now the good men are showing their solidarity as well with there thoughts for women’s.
— Tusshar (@TusshKapoor) July 12, 2017
— Arjun Kapoor (@arjunk26) July 10, 2017
— Priyansh Jora (@Priyanshujora) July 10, 2017
— Lalit Bisht (@LalitBisht123) July 10, 2017
#MenForLipstick …. lets not forget that it takes a Woman to Make a Man .. a Son, a Husband, a Father, and all other titles that men can boast of. Im sure my buddies @rohitreddygoa @shabirahluwalia @kkundrra @alygoni Agree with me …! @ektaravikapoor thankyou for teaching us that accepting a woman as equal is what makes a man a Real Man …!
— Vikrant Massey (@masseysahib) July 11, 2017
I am terribly fortunate to be surrounded by women who are not just better, stronger, wiser but women who constantly make me want to be a better man/ professional/human. Thanks @gulenaghmakhan for breaking the chain & having me wield this baton (lipstick) of sorts which we collectively as men must take up, show up & be counted. Kudos to @ektaravikapoor & Alankrita for through their work, life & now art have given us this wake up call. . I am determined to never be afraid to speak up. I will not SHUT UP when I need to take a stand. Often men are afraid to speak up. They feel it's not worth risking a mistake and be accused of wrongdoing. Sometimes the worst thing a man can be in our society is wrong. Because it means he’s vulnerable and fallible. We need men who are willing to let go of their sense of authority and embrace fragility. We need men who are used to getting their way, to stop trying to dominate everyone and everything. We need men willing to be humble and courageous at the same time. .. We need men who are going to be compassionate yet willing to stand up. We need men who are going to dedicate themselves to social & even more importantly human revolution, both within themselves and in their everyday interactions and relationships. We need to be proud FEMINIST men not for anybody else but for ourselves. For our collective human race! Can we? #LipstickUnderMyBurkha #MenForLipstick #Lipstickrevolution
— Karan Kundrra (@kkundrra) July 10, 2017
— annuraag sharrma (@sharmaanurag999) July 11, 2017