Real lives getting affected by reel livesThe reel lives are usually far away from the real lives of people. They are built completely on imagination and fantasies of writers and are provided hops and jumps by the directors through their action sequences. Whether it is about morals or etiquettes or an action drama or about a criminal or a police inspector whoever is involved in the movie is a fantasized person who can't match the normal real life people.
Slowly and steadily what we are finding is that our real lives have started taking twists and are slowly acquiring the traits of reel life. A hero who is often portrayed as a person well equipped in martial arts or a good fighting body posture has been usually inhaled by the common youth and they have started focussing on their physique which according to them should be such that if someone attacks they would be able to fight back with valour. Police are always been a most entertaining part of the movies. Previously in Indian movies police always came at the end of everything so it became the mindset of people that police are good for nothing. Later on, police were portrayed in movies as the most corrupted department hence people developed the same feeling for them and even it was found the same in real lives by many. Nowadays police have been depicted as most important part shouldering the responsibilities with complete sincerity and killing and suing the criminals wherever they find them. I need not tell anyone that past one year this reel life of police has been copied by many real life policemen and this has brought many different topics to discussion whether it was about the Hyderabad case of last year or the present case of encounter.
The reel lives are although quite far from real lives but has certainly affected the present day real lives of people. Today the effect and influence can be good but may affect the future differently hence it needs to be taken care by the people in order to secure their future.
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