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The video of Salman Khan slapping Karisma Kapoor in Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge has gone viral.

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Salman Khan is one of Bollywood’s top stars. He has been in various blockbuster films and delivered remarkable performances. But, a moment from one of his earlier flicks is suddenly becoming viral. He is seen smacking Karisma Kapoor in the scene. Continue reading to learn more.

Salman’s film Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge, released in 2000, became one of the year’s highest-grossing commercially successful films. But, after more than two decades, netizens have discovered a troubling moment from the comedy picture.

Salman Khan slaps Karisma Kapoor in the film, which has songs like Pyaar Dilo ka Mela Hai and Dekho Meri Chamiya. What is the goal? For allegedly consuming drinks and dancing with complete strangers. In this scene, they are reminded of Kabir Singh and his toxic masculinity.

In the scene shared on Reddit, Karisma‘s character is at a pub where she tried the beer. Now, the men around her are teasing her. When she seeks Salman’s character’s help. He comes and slaps her instead. Why you ask? Because “Hindustani ladkiyan aisa karti hain?” Moreover, Salman’s character also says, “Agar koi ladki kisi ladke ko uksayegi toh woh ladka aisa hi karega.”

Salman Khan slaps Karisma Kapoor in the film, which has songs like Pyaar Dilo ka Mela Hai and Dekho Meri Chamiya. What is the goal? For allegedly consuming drinks and dancing with complete strangers. In this scene, they are reminded of Kabir Singh and his toxic masculinity.

Many people lambasted the directors for condoning sexist remarks, bullying and hitting women after a user published a clip from the film (directed by David Dhawan) on Reddit.

A user said, “90s ka har movie ka hero Kabir Singh tha, hitting the actresses and giving them lectures was common during that era,” while another user wrote, “This is norm for David Dhawan movie. Heroes are toxic, and heroines are stupid. His films are misogynistic, racist, and full of double meaning songs like Ye maal gaari tu dakka laga, as well as making fun of disabled people”.

“Rewatching love plotlines in classic movies is difficult,” a third commenter observed. Given these actors’ fan bases, I believe it encouraged a lot of lads from the subcontinent to harass ladies.” “So I tell friends that movies from the late 1990s and early 2000s always had the heroine drinking to or being molested by Vengaboyz in blue mood lighting,” a fourth user remarked. “I believe this moment served as a reference point for me.”

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