The very surge of the movement, #MeToo, as India knows it, found it’s emergence in the most cherished, and idealised town of Bollywood. A quick briefing of it says that this particular movement was about all the unfair activities like harassments and abuses of the female celebrities by the male members of Bollywood. Initially, it seemed to be charged with gush of feminism or at least another kind of feminism asthe general public, looks up to our role models who are renowned, expecting them to voice or represent our plights through films or otherwise.It was however, noticed that peculiarly enough, the females were the only victims. The reason probably being that it was first initiated by a female and every other females followed suit mistaking it for a feminist movement. However, it has also been noticed that none of the incidents, being talked about, are dated down a span of five years or so.No attempt has been seen, to have been taken against patriarchy nor any step has been put forward to bring justice to female gender as the movement was only alist of allegations which lacked proper evidence. Some have also taken the undue advantages of #MeToo.It cannot be considered as a resistance, justice of any kind to any one, also it has not contributed to any social change as none of the complaints concluded solutions. It has only proliferated the gossips which like any other Bollywood gossip is fading away with time.
Hence, it won’t be wrong to conclude that this particular movement lacked gusto and motive. It failed to bring any revolution or promote matriarchy as set of complaints without strong backing of evidence is futile. Forming a matriarchal nation does not teach us to loathe our opposite genders neither does feminism. Matriarchy constitutes of mother like figure which every woman is symbolic of. It curbs a nation well and the motive of every movement that had ever taken place, had aimed to bring revolution instead of stating just the facts.