‘The director who created the heroine concept in our teenage minds for black. The artist who later made the honor when he saw the black girls. It was a matter of pride for the lovers of that time to say that their girlfriend was a Bharathan Touch, ‘says Harish.
‘By the time actress Surya grew up on Mount Parangi and reached Adam’s ribs, it had become a cinematic aesthetic of art and commerce. Though it lasted for a while through Shari and Mathew, those black beauties were lost somewhere in Malayalam cinema, ‘he commented.
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‘Now white is mandatory for the heroine to tell the stories of the black hero. We who watch the movie are sure that the white hero should never fall in love with a black girl. Even Ayyappan Nair’s wife, a black man, has a reason. The fact is that he is not really a Nair. Today, to tell the story of a black woman, white actresses have to jump into a bowl mixed with black. How much do our white actresses suffer for us? ‘ Harish Peradi adds.