Recently, Nawazuddin Siddiqui justified the banning of ‘The Kerala Story’ in Bengal. Now his new video has surfaced where he praises the government for taking its stand. At the same time, Vivek Agnihotri has given his reaction on this.
Adah Sharma’s film ‘The Kerala Story’ is doing exceptionally well at the box office despite being embroiled in several controversies. This movie was banned in West Bengal through Mamta Banerjee government. However, the Supreme Court lifted this ban.
At the same time, many celebrities gave their opinion on this issue, but Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s statement given on this remained in the headlines. Where earlier Nawazuddin had supported the ban of the film.
So there, later he retracted his statement and blamed the media. Seeing this attitude of Nawaz, filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri took a dig at him by tweeting. However, later the filmmaker tweeted his tweet.
Nawazuddin supported the ban on Kerala Story
Nawazuddin Siddiqui in his recent interview supported the ban on ‘The Kerala Story’. The actor had said that ‘if a film or a novel is hurting someone, then it is wrong. We don’t make films to hurt the audience or their sentiments. Films should promote social harmony and love among people and it is our responsibility to promote it. If a film has the power to break people and disturb social harmony, then it is very wrong.
The actor turned away from the statement
This statement of Nawazuddin became quite viral. After which he was also trolled a lot. Seeing the increasing anger of the people, Nawaz tweeted, ‘Please stop spreading false news to get some views and hits, this is called cheap TRP. I never said and I would never want any film to be banned ever.
Vivek Agnihotri taunted
Vivek Agnihotri has tweeted tauntingly on this statement of Nawazuddin Siddiqui. The filmmaker wrote in tweeting that ‘Most Indians are against unnecessary misbehavior, violence and rape etc. in middle class family films. Most of the OTT shows hurt them and their kids. In such a situation, Nawaz can suggest whether most of his films and OTT shows should be banned? What is your opinion? However, the director of The Kashmir Files later deleted his tweet.