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    Bollywood is a popular Indian Film Industry. It is one of the most popular forms of creative work on television in India and abroad. The best parts of it are the famous Indian dance numbers, the women and the tender moments between them. Bollywood Cinema also brings to our eyes a new way of life.

    Bollywood movies depict traditional Indian values and morals and are not overtly pornographic. There are no plots for action and there is no serious violence. The violence, however, is very graphic and one may find scenes of sexual violence during the course of watching. Women in Bollywood films are not objectified.

    Women are highly represented in Bollywood as it is the leading genre. There are plenty of actresses playing strong characters in Bollywood films. A young actress with great skills and endurance will come into the scene and gain fame and fortune. The other women will follow her and be appreciated by a vast audience. This trend is mainly due to the hard work of actresses, who are widely acclaimed.

    Bollywood is a working woman’s paradise. A majority of its viewers are women, and the reason is that the roles they play are too attractive and interesting. These roles tend to be committed ones and even if the love interest is not loved by the woman involved, the film will still enjoy box office.

    Bollywood offers some of the most beautiful and graceful women who are never seen to be into sexual activity. In fact, the men in the film will perform multiple sex acts without the women being aware of it. Bollywood also tends to portray male roles with dignity and portrays them with some kind of respect.

    The films are the most realistic in portraying the sexy roles. Therefore, viewers do not easily get aroused by watching sex scenes. However, they do get aroused when they see a story of love between two strong women and the happy ending to it. However, the women in Bollywood films are also involved in meaningful relationships and the characters in them live happily ever after.

    Aromanticism is one of the most important factors for an incredibly realistic portrayal of romantic roles in Bollywood. Some of the leading actors and actresses express their emotions very well and have the ability to express them to the fullest extent. Therefore, the expressions shown are genuine and should not be misinterpreted.

    Overall, Bollywood offers a wide range of different cultures and actors portray them quite beautifully. The role of women in Bollywood films is equally essential in showing the true nature of the Indian society.

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    Shazir Mucklai is an award-winning influencer, an activist investor, a former analyst at Goldman Sachs and is currently in law School while growing his public relations digital arbitrage firm.

    Mucklai began writing seven years ago, landed his first client that same year, and published his first book six years ago.

    Mucklai has served thousands of clients, including Game of Thrones, Emmy award wining singer Halsey, and most notably Matrix 4 (currently in pre-production)

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