With reference to Barkha Dutt’s article Lib service, TV-style (June 9), it is a welcome sign that women are evolving with the ages. But they are befuddled when it comes to gender equality and modernity. On the one hand, they talk about empowerment, while on the other, they are embracing a debauched culture.
These serials have restored the civilised culture of Indian families. But we should draw a clear line that separates modernity from sexuality. Only then will Indian women be truly empowered.
Ramesh Kumar Raja
Man and woman are two pillars of a peaceful home. Men are considered the main breadwinners and women as homemakers. Many advise women to try and balance home and work and this is perhaps as it should be.
Why is there so much hue and cry about the exit of Tulsi from the serial KSBKBT? Only the other day one news channel discussed the Tulsi episode the whole day as if there was no other news to telecast. Now it is the turn of Barkha Dutt.
Barkha Dutt seems to have missed the point when she says, ‘Tulsi finally died this week.’ Viewers know that Tulsi has survived, and after six months of lying in coma under a surgeon's care has got a new face and a new personality. And now Smriti Irani is being replaced by Gautami Kapoor as Tulsi.