Kochi, First Published Jun 30, 2021, 4:44 PM IST
Q.Unni Mukundan’s post praising Annie Siva for overcoming the crisis and getting a job as a sub-inspector led to a great deal of discussion. Many people came out for and against the actor. Now, the post shared by actor Harish Peradi is getting attention.
Pareesh says that whenever he touches the pot, it is his mother, not his father, who comes to his mind. Spots are always big signs of feminist politics. The actor also said that many deaf men will get angry when they see it.
Words of Harish Peradi
Fat, long, round, crooked, short, so many, so many big spots on my forehead … I used to force my mother to wear a crimson scarf on her head … it was not to remember my father..it was not to have faith in the wedding … but who to ask if my mother whose husband died is broken? Believe me … “spots” are always big signs of feminist politics … The size of a woman’s spot is more likely to be deaf to men … It’s more like a man’s body language than a man’s leg spread … But a woman with a lot of pain in her legs It is another fact that all the deaf people start seeing this earth when they stop..remember with those big dots.
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Last Updated Jun 30, 2021, 4:48 PM IST