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A new video by purpose-driven youth platform Yuvaa talks about toxic masculinity on Father’s Day


A new video by purpose-driven youth platform Yuvaa talks about toxic masculinity on Father’s Day; starring RajatBarmecha, PritKamani, Chaitnya ‘Slowcheeta’ Sharma & more

“Kya mardaangi bas oonchiaawazmeinhai?
Head of family hone kenaazmeinhai?
Kya mardaangimein ye distance zaroorihai?
Thoda emotional hue to kyamardaangiadhoorihai?
Kya mardaangimeinpyaarnahidikhaate?
Kya apne hi betekokabhi gale nahilagaate?”



YouTube Link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tTB9Q6ab00


Mumbai, 14th May: After the resounding success of their viral video, Dear Aunty (that garnered over 1.5 million views organically), youth platform Yuvaa is back with another spoken word video,this time on Father’s Day, to address one of the most urgent & important issues faced by men in India: toxic masculinity. 

The video, that features digital stars in actors RajatBarmecha, PritKamani, rapper SlowCheeta (Chaitnya Sharma), dancer Kartik (MJ5) and writers Iresh Gupta&Divyanshu Malhotra, addresses the toxic idea of ‘Mardaangi’ (Masculinity) that is taught to boys in India, most often by their own fathers, who were told the same, growing up.

The video is a kind of homecoming for Rajat, whostarred in cult Indian indie film Udaan over 10 years ago, where he played a sensitive boy under pressure to be a ‘strong man’ by his father, played by Ronit Roy; and used poetry to escape into his own world. But outside of Udaan, there has hardly been any content made around masculinity and how harmful it is to young boys and their fathers, who are both unable to express their love for each other because men are told not to express, on account of being ‘men’. This is an urgent issue in Indian society, where hundreds of years of patriarchal conditioning has been unfair not only to women, but also to men, who are told to never express or emote or cry, so they can ‘be a man’ (‘Mard ban yaar!’)

But this is a new generation of youth. The Gen Z wants to speak up, to express, to say what they feel without the fear of being judged. Even if their fathers couldn’t say ‘I love you’ to them, or give them a hug, they will not hold back. And this video tries to bring fathers and sons together by encouraging conversation, expression and just the joy of saying ‘I love you’! Yuvaa is looking to start a hashtag #HugyourPapa and encourage expressiveness of love, as this video is dedicated to all those fathers who couldn’t express, from all those sons who want to.


“Bachpanmeinapnekandhonpepoori market ghumaanekeliye, I love you
Apnidaantmeinhumeshapyarchupaanekeliye, I love you
Humaarisaarizimmedaariyaanuthaanekeliye, I love you
Pyar bas kehkenahi, karkedikhaanekeliye, I love you.
Kabhikabhikehbhidetehai, achalagega”


Video Credits:
Written By: Divyanshu Malhotra
Directed by: Divyanshu Malhotra
Exec Producer: Raunaq Bajaj
DOP: Nikhil Valluri
Production Assistant: GarimaKunzru
Editor: Kashish Sharma
Graphics: Siddhi Surte 
Yuvaa Fam (Creative): AmulyaPrabhu, Samatha Balachandran, Hailey Dickson,Anunay Sinha
Produced by: Yuvaa (Nikhil Taneja, AmritpalBindra, Anand Tiwari)


About Yuvaa:Founded by Nikhil Taneja, AmritpalBindraandAnand Tiwari, Yuvaa is a youth media organisationthat uses the power of entertainment to tell purpose-driven stories that start meaningful conversations. Yuvaa listens to, engages with and shares the stories that bring young India together. Over the next year, it will create and curate original, empathetic and entertaining stories of, for and by the youth of India across genres of non-fiction and fiction web series, docu-series, talk shows, podcasts and short-format on all digital and social media: YouTube, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @weareyuvaa. This content will use entertainment todrive impact on the most pressing issues, struggles, challenges, aspirations and dreams of young India, from mental health and gender equality to identity and self-expression, that has come from a 3-month research and data mining roadshow across India (25+ cities, 65+ colleges, interviewing hundreds of students).

Yuvaa believes that ‘Every Story Matters’ and its tagline explains its inherent philosophy: ‘We, The Stories’.

 

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