19 Reasons Poo Is The Most Underrated Character In Indian Cinema
Kabhi sexy, kabhie sanskaari.
She had the perfect response to fat-shaming.
Her accessory game was so strong, she made an impromptu song about it.
She manipulated India's most industrious family so her sister could get what she wanted.
She reversed centuries of sexism and oppression...
By brutally objectifying every man in her life...
Before they could objectify her.
She refused to be bossed around by men, and did the bossing all by herself.
She knew exactly which buttons to press to get her way.
And when life gave her something she didn't want, she refused to take it.
Or she figured out how to own it anyway.
She accurately portrayed the intersectional identity of many modern Indian women – sometimes sexy, sometimes sanskari.
She didn't have time for demureness or coyness. When she wasn't happy, she'd raise hell and let you know.
She was never afraid to speak her mind, especially when she thought her elders were out of line.
Like any thorough human being, she ensured that her outfits were flawless from every angle.
She knew self-care is a high priority for every busy modern woman.
But she didn't need a day off for her personal grooming needs.
Because in Poo-land, everyday was a day to treat 'yo self.
She taught a whole generation of Indian women that there's nothing wrong with finding yourself sexy as hell.
She was never a believer in the "Man makes the first move" school of thought.
She was a firm believer in women helping other women...
She showed the whole population that no matter how hot the boy is, no always means no.
She was her own hype-girl, all day, everyday.
And she could shut her haters down with one word.
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