'Khaney me kya bana hai?'
I myself wanted to become a boy... not because I was tired of my long hair and wearing make-up but because the society I had grown up was dominated by 'the male gender'.
But time has changed a lot and gender equality has been into practice up to the large extent.
Starting with 'Hamare Zamane me' and ending with 'Ajkal ke bachhe to,' the video along with giving an example of a typical mom also portrays the changing dynamics of a mother-daughter relation.
It is wonderful to see how the director of the video has beautifully captured the reality of the Indian society within a single frame of the kitchen with a contribution of mere three persons. Talking sense of how life would become unflavoured just like food if everything is according to a male's choice, it perfectly depicts the importance of a pinch of salt put in by a male and a female's hand.
Here you watch the video where daughter meets her mom in kitchen and talks about her recent honeymoon trip.
Just like the maid added, do take care of the small things and the big things will automatically fall in place. The world has changed-- from mother teaching her girl to a daughter updating mom with how she should learn to live for herself.