“Bit Too Excessive”: Reddit Roasts Neetu Kapoor’s Sanskari Raja Beta Take On Son Ranbir Kapoor

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“Bit Too Excessive”: Reddit Roasts Neetu Kapoor’s Sanskari Raja Beta Take On Son Ranbir Kapoor

The recent chat featuring Neetu Kapoor gushing over her son Ranbir Kapoor on a popular talk show has sparked quite a buzz on social media platforms, especially Reddit. In a culture where mothers often put their son’s mistakes under the carpet, this instance sheds light on a deeper issue prevalent in many Indian households. Redditors had a lot of opinions when it came to instances where Neetu has done the same in front of the media.

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On the surface, Neetu Kapoor’s effusive praise for Ranbir and Riddhima as her “sanskari kids” might seem like typical maternal pride. However, Reddit users were quick to dissect the underlying implications. One user humorously remarked that such excessive praise from a mother on national television is to be expected, tongue-in-cheek, given the societal norms. Another user delved into past experiences with similar mother-son dynamics seen on reality shows, drawing parallels to Neetu and Ranbir’s relationship.

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The thread took an introspective turn as users discussed the broader issue of mothers indirectly promoting patriarchy by showcasing such unrealistic expectations and idealizations of their sons. The conversation turned towards examples of other celebrities, like Saif Ali Khan and his mother Sharmila Tagore, who maintain a more balanced approach to public praise.

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However, amidst the humour and reflection, one user stood out with a poignant reminder that behind the public personas, these are still human relationships. They highlighted the complexity of familial bonds and the multifaceted nature of individuals. Given that these public figures are what define today’s youth, the obsession of the public with these celebrities is a never-ending story. When it comes to this, most traits have been inspired by real-life instances of gender-biased upbringing in many households.

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Another user brought attention to the dichotomy in the treatment of Ranbir Kapoor and his former partners, particularly in light of his past behaviour. Users talked about how Ranbir has outdone himself as an actor and proved his calibre time and again, but praising one’s craft and character are two different things. They questioned the need for excessive praise and suggested that authenticity would be more appreciated.

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The discussion continued, touching upon societal expectations, cultural norms, and the nuances of familial dynamics. Some users shared personal anecdotes, adding a relatable touch to the conversation.

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