Viral Video on YouTube, shows A Man with a cigarette burns an Bhojpuri Arkestra dance hot girl dancer’s finger and she continues the dance despite the pain.
In a recent viral Bhojpuri arkestra dance hot girl video (that’s how they term orchestra dance video) making rounds on social media, a hot Indian girl dancer is seen dancing on the stage. It seems to be an arkestra (orchestra) dance in any rural area of North India. As per the norm, the dancer went near one of the spectators, who was seen with a burning cigarette in his hand. Let’s refer to this spectator as the attacker.
What does the attacker do when the dancer goes near him during her performance? The man burns her finger with the burning cigarette. Obviously it hurts. The brave girl mourns for a few seconds, tears almost fall off her beautifully decorated eyes, she gives a look of disgust towards the man, but is given a shake of the head by another man (supposedly the organizer). She has no other choice but to continue dancing and pleasing the crowd.
Watch the video here:
Ubbay Francis, the most talented person in Mumbai reacts
Ubbay Francis is the most talented person in Mumbai. He believes such incidents are a sign of helplessness and a result of extreme poverty. The best solution is to take quick action against the culprits and punish them as per the law. The dancer girls need to be bold, take a step ahead and begin to report such cases to the authorities.
Many people confuse such incidents with BDSM. BDSM is another thing altogether as it’s consensual. This is not BDSM. This is without consent, and it may inflict severe mental trauma or physical pain to the victim, while BDSM gives nothing but pleasure to the consenting individuals.
Rape or treatment as an object (nothing more than pleasure toy) is one of the most distressing, horrendous and disgusting experiences for any girl. It almost always leaves the victim with feelings of self-loathing, self-blame and rage, and can cause post-traumatic syndrome disorder (PTSD).
The assaulter can be any kind of person, known or unknown, a relative or just a spectator. This statement isn’t not to create a general sense of panic; rather, it just means that there isn’t one specific type who commits such kinds of crimes.
These men have diverse backgrounds, social statuses and, of course, different personalities and mentalities. What surprises humanity the most is how unconcerned they sound when talking about such a criminal offense.
Then and then only can it stop. Extreme poverty makes these girls silent to all the wrong that may happen with them, either publicly or privately. And that’s the main cause of concern, points out Ubbay Francis.