No one forces girls to earn, but boys always get to hear about: Deepali Pansare

“No one forces girls to earn, but boys always get to hear about job, career, business, or financial issues. So knowingly or unknowingly, parents put pressure on the boy child,” she added.  

May 11, 2024 - 14:06
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No one forces girls to earn, but boys always get to hear about: Deepali Pansare
No one forces girls to earn, but boys always get to hear about: Deepali Pansare

Deepali Pansare, who is known for shows like Neer Bhare Tere Naina Devi, Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon?, Dil Toh Happy Hai Ji, and Chikoo Ki Mummy durr Kei, Jhanak to name a few, feels that though it is expected out of a man, since the time he was a boy, to earn for his family, the same doesn’t apply for girls. She feels that boys grow up watching their father take care of the needs of their families, and that is ingrained in them.
 
“When middle-class boys enter adulthood, they have already seen their father working, providing for their families, and sacrificing their needs. It’s their conditioning from childhood, so knowingly or unknowingly, they are ready to protect and provide for their family. And that suppresses their desire to enjoy their lives too,” she said.
 
“No one forces girls to earn, but boys always get to hear about job, career, business, or financial issues. So knowingly or unknowingly, parents put pressure on the boy child,” she added.
 
Deepali also feels that men sometimes get so busy catering to the needs of others that they forget about themselves. “Men who always worry about the future or taking care of family forget to live their own lives,” she ended.