The main character in the scene is a woman wearing a mask with the representation of a head or "nazarbattu". The nazarbattu is a metaphor of the Evil’s Eye mainly as a satirical depiction of an intentional blemish or flaw to prevent perfection. The attempt is to portray the essence of constantly keeping one's guard up as a female in a patriarchal society (depicted with the hands coming out of the buildings). The hands are symbolic representations of the endless restrictions on women in work, school and/or at home and the common prevalence of sexual violence against women and toxic masculinity.
The size of the female character is purposely enlarged, in order to portray empowerment and the essence of a warrior.