Mumbai Police Use Film Dialog To Express ‘Let’s Not Normalize Misogyny’ | Tendency



Mumbai Police took to Instagram to share the “Let’s not normalize misogyny” message.

By Trisha Sengupta


Mumbai Police often take to Instagram to discuss not only security concerns but also social issues. A few months ago, their response to a Twitter user pointing out that consent questions had gone viral online and had received high praise from people. They are once again receiving applause from Internet users for their latest message, “Let’s not normalize misogyny”. In this article, they used dialogue from a few popular movies to get their point across.

“Cinema is a reflection of our society. Here are (only) a few (among many) dialogues that our society and the cinema need to reflect on. Choose your words and actions carefully – unless you want the law to step in! They wrote while sharing the pictures. The images feature sexist remarks from films from different eras – from the 1988 film Maalamaal to the 2019 film Kabir Singh. Their publication is complete with the hashtags #LetsNotNormalizeMisogyny, #MindYourLanguage and #WomenSafety.

Take a look at the post:


The post was shared about six hours ago. Since its publication, the share has garnered more than a lakh likes and the numbers are only increasing. The post also racked up tons of rave reviews.

“Very necessary. Respect and kudos to whoever wields this handle,” wrote one Instagram user. “I love how you’re always on track with your values. Come on, buddy, go !!! ” posted another. “What a compilation! Opposite, the misogyny #SayNoToMisogyny,” commented a third.

What do you think of the message shared by the Mumbai police?




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