Finally, there is something that has marked India all over the world and it also had a second version. The ‘Nirbhaya case’, the ghost of the nightmare was here once again to haunt us, but this time it was disguised as BBC documentary – ‘India’s Daughter’. And this was the reason that the whole wide world was held in the conversation over this. America and Britain provided this documentary with star studded premiere. The issue does not end here, there are many unrest and controversy that surrounded this whole documentary.
So what this documentary provided to human race is just a new hot topic to discuss and it is doing nothing more than applying salt on the wounds of many survivors and affected family. And as we already knew that the whole world is in conversation about the great display human insanity ‘Rape’ the pop sensation Madonna confessed something. And this is certainly going to increase your dilemma that you should consider her a strong woman or just a bimbo.
In the year 2013 Madonna revealed that during her first year in the New York she was raped, but what is more disturbing is the reaction of Madonna to this whole situation. According to her, she never reported her the crime to police and the statement she provided is even more disturbing. Madonna explained that the whole process was too ‘overwhelming’ “you’ve already been violated. It’s just not worth it. It’s too much humiliation”, she said. Madonna opens up about rape, that is something commendable, but Madam Madonna is it not that you are giving that kind of deranged criminal a second chance. Humiliation – so according to you if at that time you would have reported the incident, it would have been humiliating and now after being a world known celebrity it suddenly turns into a Diamond studded crown that you wear and roam around. Sorry, but the bitter truth is that you are not a fit and responsible citizen too.
And how can we forget the Park Street rape survivor Suzette Jordan of Kolkata, what she have done is simply admirable. Being a single mother, she was strong enough to take on the whole state government and she was marching on the streets of Kolkatta for her rights. Just compare a middle class single mother’s perspective and a world renowned Singer Idol for millions on this dreaded crime. Not only the thoughts but the power quotient in the two women is having a difference of miles.
“I was raped. I was bratally raped. But I am alive and I want to fight”, says Jordan. “I need to fight as I am, not behind a mask, not behind a screen, not behind blurred image”.
It is sad that Suzette, 40 a mother of two little girls passed away this morning because of meningoencephalitis. And the heroic reaction towards the horrific incident that happened with her cannot be compared to any supreme celebrity because she in herself was the superhero.