If you’re a Netflix user then you can watch the Leslee Udwin’s documentary, ‘India’s Daughter’ on your Netflix platform (in selected countries). The documentary is based on the Delhi gang-rape (16th December 2012).
As we all know that December is the month Christmas and New Year celebration, but perhaps not for all. It’s quite strange that how I can say that Christmas is not a festive for all people, but that’s true. You will also agree with me when I will ask you how many of you remember the night of 16 December 2012. Do I need to explain this night? Do I need to tell that this night brought tears to eyes of the whole nation? You all are aware of this night and that heinous brutal gang rape as well. That morning wasn’t friendly when we all woke with this news that a girl was get gang raped on the bus in New Delhi last night. Now, what’s the mentality behind o raping that girl, why they raped the girl and attempted this guilty crime? You will get to know the many hidden facts on Leslee Udwin’s documentary- ‘India’s Daughter’. To watch this movie you need to activate your streaming service, just visit Www Netflix Com Activate, so you can get the accurate direction of activation.
This documentary film is directed by Leslee Udwin and is part of the ongoing Storyville series of BBC. The documentary is based on the Delhi gang-rape and the assassination of 23-year-old Jyoti Singh who was physiotherapy student in 2012. The film as scheduled to be premiered on television channels round the world on 8th March to coincide with International Women’s Day. The court didn’t permit to broadcast this film in India just because documentary gripped the interview of Mukesh Singh (rape accused). Yet the documentary premiered outside of India on 4th March, was uploaded to popular streaming platform-YouTube. On 5th March, the Government of India directed YouTube to block the video in the nation. That’s really strange that how Indian government can block the truth? Why didn’t the government let the truth come in front of the whole nation? People should know the wordings of those rapists. I appreciate those countries who permitted this documentary to get aired, at least those countries want their citizens should know the truth. Netflix also deserves warmth thanks who grips this movie and let their users stream. If you’re a Netflix user, then fill up your acceptable credential into Netflix Com login and watch this powerful documentary.
December is on, and this the month when in 2012 this brutal gang rape took place on the street of New Delhi. That’s really shameful that when it comes to VIP’s then security is always ready for them and when it comes to middle man then often action by cops play the important role after the completion of the crime. The victim of this gang rape, watched the film Life of Pi with a male friend, Awindra Pratap Pandey after they boarded a private bus come to the home. She was assaulted and gang raped on the bus; her friend also got many physical injuries. Both of them were later thrown from the bus. She got emergency treatment counting various surgeries in India and Singapore but she lost the fight against life on 29th of December, 2012 due to serious injuries. I guess I no need to mention the role of that ‘iron rod’, we all know what those rapists did with that.
The documentary will make you jaw drop that how someone can think like that because wordings of Mukesh (rapist) in the interviews shows that he is not feeling guilty. These are the wording he said, “When being raped, she shouldn’t fight back. She should just be silent and allow the rape. Then they’d have dropped her off after ‘doing her’, and only hit the boy.” Later he also blamed that girl’s clothing give rise to such incidents by adding, “a girl is far more responsible for rape than a boy … A decent girl won’t roam around at nine o’clock at night … Housework and housekeeping are for girls, not roaming in discos and bars at night doing indecent things, wearing indecent clothes.”.
That’s so shameful if these kind of base-minded people are still breathing in our society and also polluting others mind with the same thinking. Clothing never provokes men, it’s all about the heinous intention. If you haven’t activated Netflix, then do it today. You can get the accurate direction of activation by visiting Netflix Com Activate. Rest in peace Jyoti Singh.