- "Society has attached pride of a man on a genital organ," she said
- Sexual problems should be discussed without being judgemental: Bhumi
- Bhumi's Shubh Mangal Saavdhan released today
"From the beginning, a boy is told not to cry, not to be vulnerable... They are taught that mard ko dard nahi hota (a man does not feel pain). So when they grow up, somewhere in the back of their mind, they start behaving as if their heart is built of stone," Bhumi told IANS, adding that the society should now be progressive enough to talk about sexual problems without being 'judgemental.'
Of Shubh Mangal Saavdhan's subject, Bhumi said that the film will help people 'get rid of various such taboos.' "We are not saying that love is enough for a happy marriage, sex is also an important part of it. But when one of your partners is suffering from any sex-related problem, both should be open to talking and resolving the issue without making it a taboo, without hesitation. And supporting each other is possible only if they are bonded over love," she told IANS.
(With IANS inputs)
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