Monali Thakur’s latest song speaks about sexual harassment:
Singer Monali Thakur has a new song up her sleeve that speaks about sexual harassment. The song called O re Naseeba, takes the listeners through a journey of a woman, and it highlights the journey of a woman. The song is powerful in tone, and it is not built on whispers, but it screams and shouts out in might the oppression that the women have to face. The song showcases the hardships that the women face at every step of their lives. From childhood, right into adulthood.
The video and visuals:
The video and visuals have been directed by Krishika Lulla, who is making her directorial debut after producing the Tanu Weds Manu Returns and Subh Mangal Savdhaan. The song very strongly explores the genre of sexual harassment, abuse and all forms of harassment directed at women. The song provokes emotions of anger, resentment, and hurt and helplessness, and has aggressive dance forms of taandav, with soft melodies of ballet. The track comprises stories of various women, and it is a relatable version. The song is now playing on Eros platforms.
It is a great initiative to increase awareness. Most people listen to songs on a regular basis and to send in messages through songs is very effective. We’re proud of Manali to take up an initiative like this!
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