Here’s what Nitesh Tiwari had to remove from Bawaal script after Sardar Udham | Bollywood

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A trailer for Bhawar, released on YouTube a few days ago, confused many viewers with its love story and comparisons to World War II. In the teaser and trailer, we got a glimpse of the characters of Varun Dhawan and Yanvi Kapoor trapped in a Holocaust-like gas chamber. Director Nitesh Tiwari has opened up about the repercussions for the first time in a new interview, and although early drafts of the film had references to the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, Shujit Sirkar’s 2021 film Sardar Udam. It said it should have been removed after the . (Also read: Bawaal Trailer: Twitter confused with Varun Dhawan and Yanvi Kapoor’s love story: ‘Hitler, Kaha Se Arya?’)

Director Nitesh Tiwari spoke about Bawal and keeping the World War II backdrop in the film.

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In the Bhawar trailer, Varun appears as a small town man who marries Yanvi Kapoor. The two have nothing in common. They then travel to Europe, exploring Paris and other places that were central to World War II. In the trailer, this historical event is repeatedly mentioned as the characters talk about the “world war within”.

Nitesh Tiwari talks about scripting WWII

In a new interview with Galata Plus, director Nitesh Tiwari addresses the use of Holocaust imagery in the film, stating: In fact, it would have been easy to incorporate into the story. It’s possible that he (Varun’s character) wasn’t teaching WWII, but our historical stuff. The biggest thing for me was that there was something fresh that I always longed to bring to the audience. Both narratively and visually. And there have already been many such wonderful works made by very famous filmmakers about the historical wars in which our country has participated. I personally felt that doing so would not create anything new on screen. “

In addition to this reaction, Nitesh also said that he would need to make some changes to the script after the release of Sardar Udam. “In one of the previous drafts there was a reference to Jallianwala Bagh. After Udam Singh (Sardar Udam) came, we deleted it. It is no longer fresh,” he added. In the same interview, Yanvi also said that the World War II metaphor arose from the human element of greed.

Shoojit Sircar’s Sardar Udham traced the life and struggles of Sardar Udham Singh, a freedom fighter best known for killing Michael O’Dwyer in retaliation for the Jallianwala Bagh massacre. It starred Vicki Kaushal and was well received by critics. Released on October 16, 2021.

Bawaal is coming to Prime Video in India on July 21st.

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