Heeramandi: An Over Thought Out Review

TikTok vs YouTube - The unfortunate state of urban millennial

In the last few months, I have come to face the harsh reality of my generation. A number of my acquaintances and at times, even close friends, have made racists comments. 

It’s 2020, and we are still discussing religion and religious superiority. We have managed to turn a blind eye to the important issues of the society and are following a narrative that has been set by people for their own benefit. 

This is what happens, when we don’t really think or have decided that the information fed to us, the information that we understand, is the right one. 

The effort to learn news things, to take interest in current affairs and take a look at what is really happening is “uncool”. 

Facing reality and challenging society, for this generation means being allowed to wear a mini skirt and not being objectified. While I completely support this thought, I too want to wear clothes that make me look amazing. But there are several important issues that get ignored when we are trying to be this “Woke Social Media Influencer”

The height of stupidity was, when the TikTok vs YouTube controversy happened. It amazes me how invested people were in this idiotic issue, while the nation was dealing with a pandemic, economic crisis as well as migrant crisis. The thing that pissed me off was, that even such a stupid topic was coloured with religious sentiments. Soon it was about the religion of these creators. Let me tell you, all of this controversy didn’t do any good to society. The only thing it did was, 

1. Create a distraction

2. Lower your IQ

3. Benefit Carryminati

Next time you decide to invest your time and energy in something, pause and evaluate who it will benefit and how it will enrich the society you live in.




  1. Good one, I feel they chose things to divert from the buggers issues.


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