Vivek Agnihotri breaks silence on Adipurush row, calls it sin to hurt sentiments | Bollywood

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Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri reacted to the ongoing Adiploush controversy and how the film hurt people’s feelings with its portrayal of characters. In a new interview, Vivek said that faith is a sensitive issue, so logic doesn’t apply. He also said it was a sin to try to undermine people’s faith and hurt their feelings. (Also read | Adiprush Box Office Day 12)

Vivek Agnihotri spoke of Adipurush of Prabhas.

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Adipurush, an adaptation of the epic Ramayana, was heavily criticized after its release. Many people, from critics to critics, expressed concern about certain lines of dialogue in the film. Among the dialogues condemned by the creators are “marega bete”, “bua ka bagi cha hain kya” and “jalegi tere baap ki”. In the face of online outrage and negative reviews, the creators of Om Raut’s Adiploosh revised the dialogue.

Vivek on Adipursh

In an interview with, Vivek said in Hindi, “Asta ki jo chezein hain, we hume bahot, responsible aul sensitive lena chahiye. Aapki kya aastha hai, kisi ki kya aastha hai…jaise kisi ka bacha hai aur maa ko agta hai ki mera bacha duniya me sabse sundar hai, toh mujhe koi haq nahi bolne ka ki vo thoda kam sundar hai ya nahi sundar hai. Vo maa ki aastha aur prem ha. Aur uspe thes pahochana, usko aahat karna apnee aap me paap-purna karye hai (When you make a film about people’s faith, one has to be very sensitive and responsible. Beliefs can differ from mine, as if a mother believes her child is the most beautiful child in the world, I have no right to prove her wrong, Because it’s her faith and love There’s no logic when it comes to matters of faith and love Trying to shake their faith, hurting their feelings and feelings It’s their faith itself that’s a sin ).

Asked if the CBFC committee objected to Adipurush’s various scenes and conversations, he said: We don’t watch movies for certification. This movie is watched by ordinary men and women. I don’t know at what stage this movie happened or who saw it. I haven’t seen the movie yet, so I don’t know much about it. As you can see from my past remarks and comments, I basically don’t talk about other films. I don’t give an opinion on the good or bad of other people’s movies. But I think the issue of faith is a very delicate one. ”

Upcoming projects for Vivek

Vivek Agnihotri is gearing up for the release of Vaccine War. The movie stars Nana Pathekar, Anupam Kel, Raima Sen and Sapthami Gouda. Produced by Pallavi Joshi, ‘Vaccine War’ is slated for a theatrical release in 2023 Dusherah in his 11 languages. The Vaccine War revolves around Indian bioscientists and their breakthrough search for an indigenous vaccine.

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