Joker as a villain has always been intriguing, mysterious, and a mischievous character. Right from his comic stories like The Killing Joke (1988) to his depictions in series and movies like Batman (1966), Batman (1989), The Dark Knight (2008), Gotham (2014), Suicide Squad (2016), and most recently Joker (2019), Joker’s character has been consistently cynical and hard to read through.
YES, you read it right. I am about to splurge all my words on ‘Bras’ in this one. WHY?... Really? Because it’s just a few months away from the world entering 2020, and India, ranks #2 in terms of world’s population with 48.2% females, yet is somehow not educated enough to take this issue up. We insist on shying away or simply not bothering to nudge this topic at all. And I hope my readers feel nothing but down right pride after... necessarily my folks.
In this era congested by deceit, trickery and double-dealing, sometimes it’s real difficult to decipher between what’s right and wrong, what is true and lie, what is real and fake.
Over the several years of accumulated miscommunications among groups and individuals, simultaneous multiple social dynamics playing their parts in the world, and the simple yet understated fact that we are humans with emotions; has ultimately led us into a chaotic mix of endless issues.