Why do glorified goons in movies become popular?The way movies are meant they should be about catering to people with entertainment value and lessons to be learned, but what good does glorification of goons do to society? In fact, quite the reverse happened recently in a case that emerged where three teenage boys of age 15,16, and 17 killed a 24-year-old man just for making a video and releasing it on Instagram. On probe, they accepted the crime and said they were inspired by the movies and style of the recent Telugu movie " Pushpa: The rise" and with the attitude and style of the protagonist in the movie. These teenagers think they will be out of prison within a few months. They aspire to be big goons and like the actor shown in the movie earn a lot of money through crimes.
The depiction of a hero who is a goon and insulting policeman in the movies and that too in a very much glorified way is not good. It is one thing to show how a person can turn into a criminal because of bad conditions and situations but their glorification should not be done.
What is your take on such movies and their impact on youngsters?