The first look of Mohenjo Daro feat. Pooja Hegde is out and it's beautiful. She sporting a blue outfit with feathers on her head for the first look poster of the film. While the poster receives lot of appreciation but there is someone who thinks that this just isn't right. Ruchika Sharma an M.Phil student at JNU with a specialisation in Medieval Indian history, lashed out at the makers of the movie saying that they portrayed a Harappan woman incorrectly. She wrote on social media," Boss, what sick orientalism is this? Who told them that Harappans had these feathers in their hair? I'm really done with Bollywood depicting tribal, clannish societies in such stereotypical terms, feathers in their hair, paint on their faces. I mean, there are literally hundreds of terracotta figurines depicting Harappan women. Take a cue? Also, in all probability the Harappans were dark complexioned. Yeh kya fair and lovely bias hai?Everyone knows the the (migrating) Aryans had a fair complexion.Not the Harappans. But fair is all that works for BTown.Thoroughly disgusted."
Filmmaker Ashutosh Gowarikar had maintained that he would try his best to be perfect. But it's shocking! Isn't it?