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Watch movie online John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017)

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One Response to “Watch movie online John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017)”

  1. Rita Chatterji says:

    You have covered almost all the points Himanshu sir except one. It all has to start from a very young age and at very grassroot level. In India we tend to address even girls as beta, even the rural lady wants to be Fair and Lovely. Instead to focussing on education now men too want to be Fair and handsome. You are very right when you say that shun the serials that portray women in as a weak but beautiful entity. Empower them by enriching them with knowledge and wisdom. Many times I think of people like you when I feel absolutely lost seeing most women talking lip and nail shades, fast food recipe and popular dress styles that’s all. The urge to read is finished, creative working is finished and and the so called self-dependent women can’t even prepare a decent sandwich and would prefer sleeping late and then reaching office and calling for a samosa from the canteen. That is the grab level of women empowerment which is very worrying in the next gen.

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