Thursday, July 25, 2024

Nawazuddin Siddiqui supports ban on ‘The Kerala Story’ movie


Share post:


Shillong, May 25: The Kerala Story has gained a lot of attention in Bollywood this year, similar to how The Kashmir Files did last year. The movie, which also stars Adah Sharma, has been a surprise box office success of the year after grossing over 200 crores in India.

The audience has been split into two groups ever since the debut of TKS, with one group embracing the movie and the other labelling it “propaganda.” The movie has been banned in Tamil Nadu and West Bengal. Despite the fact that many actors and filmmakers disagree with the idea of TKS, they do not advocate a ban.

Anurag Kashyap, a director, has criticised the decision to restrict The Kerala Story. However actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui stated, “I agree with him, when speaking about the same. But it’s wrong if a movie or book causes someone harm. We don’t make films to offend viewers or their feelings”.

Siddiqui said “We make films to promote societal cohesion and human love. It is up to us to spread the same message. However, it is gravely incorrect if a movie has the ability to shatter social order and human relations. Todna nahi hai, humein isse duniya ko jodna hai”.


Related articles

ICMR issues 32 new standard treatment guidelines for common, serious diseases

New Delhi, July 25: The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has released 32 new Standard Treatment Workflows...

Flight delays, cancellations: Aviation Minister assures corrective measures

New Delhi, July 25: Civil Aviation Minister Kinjarapu Rammohan Naidu on Thursday said that the ministry is addressing...

EAM Jaishankar arrives in Laos as India deepens ties with ASEAN

Vientiane, July 25:  External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar arrived in Laotian capital of Vientiane on Thursday afternoon to...

Google Maps to alert about road widths, flyovers, EV charging stations in India

New Delhi, July 25: Google on Thursday announced several new features to enable more efficient and sustainable journeys...