The use of abusive words or jargon has been universal in daily conversations of human beings worldwide, since perhaps immemorial times. However, in this piece we are only interested in how such damn words have progressed to more hardened and stronger forms in the celluloid and how they have conquered other very conservative celluloid forms. This is also not a research work; But, curiously, there is a lot These types of such expressions of this type of expressions of this type. In a movie about 90 minutes. In the early days, societies in the West were also more conservative and, therefore, the words of oaths were of the relatively innocent types such as ‘heck’, ‘What the Hell’, ‘Damn’ ‘shit’ and so on. The change towards hardened words involving the varieties ‘F ***’ or ‘F *****’ or ‘such as **** e’ can be traced until the early seventies in Hollywood movies. Over time, he constantly progressed in the early nineties and then progress has been exponential with almost all films using those words generously. It is said or even believed that developing countries such as India are left behind any ‘progress’ in the United States or in two decades. So, we first examine the stage in India.
When we were in schools, times were not modern like today, but families were definitely more blamed instead of conservatives, and for decent families, the pronouncement of bad words was a taboo. Whatever the bad words in circulation were limited to a handful of backs backs and the use was purely of local jargon. Most of us were amazed when they heard such words. However, sometimes we used to learn a very unusual local jargon, and in the spirit of a new discovery by learning about a word never heard without understanding its meaning, once I pronounced that in a way sung before my mother. My mother ordered me angry to shut me up immediately, and instilled the ‘decency’, again.
In the days of the University, some external influences from other parts of the country, mainly from the north of the abusive jargon of the lateral and stronger strikers that involve the mother or sister invariably. In the course of higher studies, the words learned substantially increased, slowly graduating from the ‘F’ or ‘types in the eighties that are corroborated by the fact established above with respect to the Hollywood films that begin the initiative in The seventies. Of course, this does not mean that the phenomenon of the word with jugs is a growing function of superior learning. However, we can say with confidence that this has a lot to do with modernity, urbanization and frequent international film festivals that in turn mean more ‘exhibition’ to Hollywood and other liberally realistic ‘films in other countries.
From the golden era of Bollywood or Hindi Cinema of the sixties to the technically solid films of today, conventional films so far are mostly free of the bad or modern words limited only to relatively innocent local abuses. Its objective of ‘family entertainment’ for a more robust trade. Only a handful of films who claimed to be different in terms of themes or stories or ‘Sark-Realism’ used those hardened words, although selectively, not to offend too much of the members of the censoring board. Most filmmakers noticed the use of hardened words in the daily conversations of particularly the modern ‘progressive’ youth population, but it still did not continue with a liberal dose in fear of the Board of Censors where the members still leaned towards decency or conservatism conservatism. Course, becoming constantly more tolerant. Conventional television series in India, of course, have been totally free from specific oath words, again thanks to the perception of “family.” Of course, we are not talking about sexual content or vulgarity in any national/regional film or series.
Hollywood films with the growing exposure of young people in modern digital India have managed Little when it does