Partly. And that is not the part that I'd worry about. But at any rate, going by my earlier answer, the heroes are still small fry. Directors like Puri Jagannath are a bigger problem.
But movies as a whole are not that big an issue and this is probably not the forum to discuss such social evils. However, I'll just say that it is a problem of economics, sociology, and psychology more than one of entertainment.
Krishna Chaitanya's plot for Savitri is as unambitious as it gets. Savitri (Nandita) is obsessed with being married right from childhood. It doesn't matter to her whom she marries, and it doesn't matter what she is going to do with her life after the wedding - all she wants is to get married. Before you can spell r-e-g-r-e-s-s-i-v-e, she bumps into a fun and cheeky Rishi (Nara Rohit), who falls in love with her in the most unconvincing of circumstances and decides to woo her away from her engagement.
There is one too many a clichéd trope in the script. The hysterically impracti....