Akshay Kumar’s arriving film Toilet Ek Prem Katha has blockbuster created all over it. People are amatory all about a trailer, that has comedy and tragedy blended together in a pointed approach probable though over only a film, a trailer puts in front a onslaught that is going neglected everyday, millions of voices that are going unheard and women who are descending ill only since we consider toilet — or miss of it — is not unequivocally an issue.
As shortly as a honeymoon duration of a film gets over, we hear women observant to Bhumi Pednekar’s impression ‘Chalo sava chaar hogaye hai, sab intezaar kar rahe hai lota celebration mein tumhara acquire ka.’ When she can’t move herself to go in a open, she is done fun of. The women say, “Sasuraal mein khaane ko na de rahe? Saari laaj sharam chodhkar loiter jao kaam pe.” The trailer never fails to leave a theme alone or discuss it out of context. In a review between Akshay and Divyendu Sharma, we hear “Unhone toh meri kismat ghusalkhaane mein likhi hogi, aur upar se flush aur kardiya,” that indirectly depicts how a man’s try goes in vain if he tries to mount adult for a woman.
And we can't even consider of carrying a toilet during home because, “Jiss Aangan categorical tulsi lagate hai wahan shauch karna shuru karde?” Toilet Ek Prem Katha’s dialogues, created by Siddharth-Garima, highlights genius that needs to be challenged. As Anupam Kher says in a trailer – “if we change nothing, zero will change.”
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Finally, a trailer comes to an finish on a unsatisfactory note where a actor can be listened saying, “Aashiqo ne Aashiqui ke liye Taj Mahal bana diya, sound ek sandas na bana sake.” So has a male in doubt unsuccessful to teach his encampment about a advantages of toilet in sequence to save his married life? Well, a poser stays total though going by a dialogues and a story line, they contend change starts during home though in India, even a tiny change during home seems a apart dream.