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Thappad Effect: Rajasthan Police Starts Helpline To Help Women Report Domestic Violence, Mental Abuse

The Tweet By Rajasthan Police In Hindi Says That Domestic Violence Is ‘Thappad, Mental Abuse Id ‘Thappad’.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Shriparna Saha | Updated on: 06 Mar 2020, 08:11:15 AM
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Thappad screenshot (Photo Credit: Twitter)

New Delhi:

Not every time does a movie creates such an impact that the government or the police force is forced to take action considering the cause it advocated. Anubhav Sinha’a movie on domestic abuse and how it is considered ‘normal’ in several affluent households has created such a stir in the Bollywood film industry and among the cinephiles that Rajasthan police were inspired to take an initiative to help women suffering abuse at their house.

Rajasthan police in a tweet mentioned that it has opened a helpline for abused women in which they can report cases of not just domestic violence but also mental torture. The tweet in Hindi says that domestic violence is ‘Thappad, Mental abuse id ‘Thappad’. They have urged people to call on the provided helpline numbers to inform the nearest police station regarding such cases. A picture of Taapsee Pannu from Thappad has also been added along with a tweet that reads, ‘just a slap par nahi mar sakta.’


Tappsee, the lead actress in the movie has also shared the tweet in her timeline. The movie minted more than Rs 21 crore in a week’s time. The movie has been made tax-free in Madhya Pradesh. Earlier Union Minister Smriti Irani too praised the movie and its content after the trailer was launched.

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“मालूम है आपको सहारे की ज़रूरत नहीं है, मैं बस साथ देने आया हूà¤Â “ that day and now I am the biggest fan of your love affair with words and lines. The proud witness of version 2.0, I really don’t know if I am a bigger fan of the writer/director or the human being he is! He has spoilt his actors for delivering their best and being their best. Not just my filmography but the book of my life (if ever there is one) shall be incomplete without writing about you. (And since it’s WRITING, I shall send it to you only for doctoring 😜) Yet another Friday for us and with full faith in the honesty with which we made our career’s best film, we shall soon get back to breaking our own record! ZINDABAD ! ❤ï¸ÂðŸ¤— @anubhavsinhaa

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Also Read: Thappad: Taapsee Pannu Has Befitting Reply For Man Who Finds It Illogical That One Slap Can Lead To Divorce

This is not the first time a movie has brought a positive change in society. After Deepika Padukone’s Chapaak released, the Uttarakhand government announced to start a pension scheme for acid attack survivors. According to the scheme, the government will give a pension of Rs 5000-6000 to the survivors so that they can live a life of dignity and help them achieve their dreams. The proposal in yet to be approved by the cabinet in order to be implemented.

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First Published : 06 Mar 2020, 08:11:15 AM