If we have to zero down on one attitude that we all have in general that would be to be judgmental. Being Judgmental and prejudiced about certain aspects in our lives is our favourite hobby. One such prejudice that we all have in our minds is that of a perfect body. From Kareena Kapoor to Katrina Kaif, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan to Deepika Padukone everyone has an awesome body so why is it that I look like a bean bag.
Bollywood has definately inspired and raised the standards of perfect body. Malaika Arora Khan and Shilpa Shetty are literally the idols of every woman. Definately they sweat hours at the gym and have strict diets and are basically in a profession which demands them to look good. They have all the time and money to look after themselves but what about common women like us, who live first for their parents, then husbands, then children, then grandchildren and then great grand children. Where is the time that we live for ourselves, where we can concentrate on our bodies and ourselves, no where right. So that doesn’t mean we don’t have to live for ourselves.
Before we begin with the perfect body, let us define on what exactly is the perfect body as per the Indian Standard from the age group of 15 to 55. (I don’t know if they have any ISO marking for your body).
1. Any girl more than 5’4 is too tall.
2. Any girl with figure more than 34,28,34 is Fat.
3. Your arms cannot be fat.
4. You should be able to fit into XXS.
5. Basically all those things that make you depressed when you go shopping with certain stores because the sales guys look like they spotted a UFO when you ask for a dress in XXL.
Please ignore the above part because these are the standards set up by the society and you are born beautiful.
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