Bollywood Critics Are Parasites, A Threat To Cinema: Sandeep Vanga..

Bollywood Critics Are Parasites, A Threat To Cinema: Sandeep Vanga..

Bollywood Critics Are Parasites, A Threat To Cinema: Sandeep Vanga..

The Arjun Reddy director hits back at critics that slammed his film Kabir Singh in the most brutal way.

Speaking about a particular scene in the movie where Shahid Kapoor's Kabir physically assaults Kiara Advani's Preeti, Vanga said, "She slapped him without a reason, at least Kabir had a reason to slap her".

In an interview with Film Companion's Anupama Chopra, director Sandeep Reddy spoke about the criticism Kabir Singh has received. "If you can't slap, if you can't touch your woman wherever you want, if you can't kiss, I don't see the emotion there".

This controversial statement by the director created a lot of uproar among people and he was trolled mercilessly on social media by numerous netizens. However, in a telephonic interview with Times Now, the director has now said that he was misquoted in the interview and he was talking about the liberty of expression between couples. He went on to say that even though "Arjun Reddy" faced criticism too, it was much worse for him in Bollywood.

Calling critics as parasites, Sandeep told Anupama Chopra in his post release interview, "Probably they never experienced (love) in the right way". You took me completely wrong. If you don't like the film then fine. And you don't have the liberty of showing your worst side.The worst thing is not like "iss din daaru peeke aake maar rha hai". It works for a woman also and it works for a man also. "But sadly, they are quoting in a very wrong way".

Kabir Singh is minting money at the Indian box office, but it has also managed to anger a section of the audience, according to whom the film glamourises toxic masculinity and sexism.

He added, "They were only on the feminist side, they didn't speak about anything else".

Up until now, Kabir Singh has earned 218.60 crore.

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