AIB's new song about Bollywood not understanding the concept of consent hits the nail on the head.
It's not uncommon to see an actress being stalked and chased around, "till she agrees", in Bollywood films. Though the "trend" is changing for the good now, it'll be a while before the people of India fully understand the concept of consent. And you can't really blame them, because the "culture" they've been brought up on–from the '60s to the 2000s–has lead them to believe that a girl can only resist a stalker's "charms" so much; case in point, "Ye uska style hoyinga, hoton pe na dil mein haan hoyinga."
All India Bakchod's new video, Harassment Through the Ages, takes us through that journey with a heavy dose of synchronised rhythm. Starring Mallika Dua, Vicky Kaushal and Richa Chadda, the video is about the one thing that matters the most in any relationship–consent–and Bollywood's idea of it being a non-existential phenomenon.
So, without much further ado, here's presenting, AIB's Harassment Through the Ages: