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Short film by Dr Bakhtiar on timely marriage screened

Short film by Dr Bakhtiar on timely marriage screened
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A short film Marital Trials directed by prominent sports medicine doctor Prof Major Dr S Bakhtiar ChoudharyRetd,was screened to sensitise youth against the latest fad of late marriages and highlight the mental, physical and societal illeffects of such a decision on Sunday at the Film chamber of Commerce

Hyderabad: A short film ‘Marital Trials’ directed by prominent sports medicine doctor Prof Major Dr S Bakhtiar Choudhary(Retd.),was screened to sensitise youth against the latest fad of late marriages and highlight the mental, physical and societal ill-effects of such a decision on Sunday at the Film chamber of Commerce.

Prominent Tollywood personalities T Chalapathi Rao and Delhi Rajeswari unveiled the film. “Young girls attain menarche between 12-16 years of age, biologically best time to marry is between 18-24 years (girls) & 24 – 28 years boys,” said Bakhtiar Choudhary. He further added, “Modern generation believes that career, job, salary, property are more important than getting married.”

The film titled Marital Trials, deals on the scientific premises of why one should get married on time and what is the appropriate age to do so. It draws its inspiration from the serious and concerning issue of today’s youngsters choosing to marry quite late. Using the analogy based on six engaging stories, the film talks about various perils of marrying late, the generation gap that this leads to and other side effects.

Young girls attain menarche between 12-16 years of age, biologically best time to marry is between 18-24 years (girls) & 24 – 28 Years (boys). Child birth during this period is considered very healthy for baby and the mother. Disturbing these biological mile stones may result in many disorders like Obesity, PCOD, Hormonal imbalance, abnormal fibroids, pre-mature aging and social problems. We find women who delayed their marriages, have more gynecological issues and need more serious medical management. Children born at late age leads to worrying in old age.

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