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Why is anime underrated?

I have answered a similar question - Anime is not mainstream yet , and it will take a long time for it to become popular.
This is Bangalore .
India ! Bangalore Anime Club Anime is slowly gaining popularity in India.
Though most people think that animation means -- cartoon and they think it is only for young children. I believe the main reason for this is that there has never been a mature anime made popular and licensed in India.
We only have Shin Chan and Doremon which are targeted to young adults.
Unless some production house dares to risk licensing of some typical anime in the likes Naruto or One Piece , there is little chance that this mentality will change anytime soon. Also most people believe that philosophical topics and complex storylines cannot be depicted in anime , this has more to do with ignorance that anything else. I also use to believe in the same line of thinking untill I saw Death Note and it changed everything. Plus there is other issue that anime depicts lot of blood, gore , sexual themes and psychopathic behavior and it might need a special channel to air those shows. I can tell you few more reasons (anime not being popular/under-rated) based on my understanding - 1.
India is very big and understand that most people cannot understand English. Unless, mainstream anime is dubbed in Hindi and is made popular by some big channel.
Anime will take lot of time to gain traction in India. 2.
From financial perspective.
Illegal media is very common in India , unlike Germany or US where you can be fined for downloading from torrent , you can download anything without any hassles.
This is very discouraging to producers and marketers of anime production houses and thus they do not market anime DVDs or manga too much in India.
However, I was surprised to see the complete DVD set of Bleach in one of the book stores in Delhi and Mumbai! Flipkart has huge collection of Manga - Manga - Buy Products Online at Best Price in India - All Categories | Flipkart.com You can find most popular titles there! 3.
Sad to say , but we Indians have a very bad herd mentality.
Wherever we go we try to find the same food , same people , similar environment.
I travel extensively , I have been to 7 countries.
I can always see Indians hanging out with Indians.
We can try to mingle and learn from others, but very few of us do.
Sad to say most of us are not that broadminded to experiment and learn about new cultures. Thus anime or any other medium of expression from another culture is not seen with keen interest.
There is much more to Japan than just anime ! Nevertheless, anime gives you a decent window into the Japanese culture , you can understand few things about Japan and you might misunderstand some too (most things are unlike anime in Japan). Don't be saddened! There are many people who watch anime and you find clubs and communities all across India and that to internet we can always find people with similar interests :) Whenever you get a chance spread the anime fandom :)