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Kabir Singh Movie Review: Shahid Kapoor romanticises toxic masculinity, and it's not good

Kabir Singh is not just an angry, abusive person. He’s sexist, elitist and an entitled a-word that I’m not using to keep it clean. I’m going with a very generous 1 star out of 5.

"Passion. Obsession. Love,” reads a BookMyShow notification on my phone, describing Kabir Singh. And that, right there, is proof of how we’ve killed — over-used, twisted, diluted, degraded and killed — love.

Shahid Kapoor’s , a remake of the Telugu hit , starring Vijay Deverakonda, romanticises toxic and abusive behaviour. But that’s not the problem. The problem is that you believe it

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