Home LeisureBheed Director Anubhav Sinha Opens up on Being Called Anti-National For His Films: ‘I am Fine With it Really’
Bheed director Anubhav Sinha lately opened up on being referred to as anti-national for his movies and mentioned he is not stunned by such remarks.
Bheed Director Anubhav Sinha Opens up on Being Called Anti-National For His Films: ‘I’m Fine With it Really’
Anubhav Sinha Opens up on Being Called Anti-National: Anubhav Sinha’s Bheed is gearing up for its launch and the power-packed trailer has already left the audiences awestruck. The social drama in regards to the 2020 nationwide lockdown has obtained combined reactions from netizens. While a piece of film buffs are hailing the filmmaker for mentioning such a hard-hitting theme a few international tragedy. Another group of audiences are criticizing the trailer on ideological grounds. However, the appearing prowess of the solid and emotionally transferring scenes in regards to the financial affect of lockdown on downtrodden lots is being applauded by everybody. The director has beforehand made movies like Mulk, Article 15, Thappad and Anek. In a current interview he was requested about being labelled anti-national and he had an sincere but dignified response to the identical.
ANUBHAV SINHA SAYS HE HAS BEEN CALLED ANTI-NATIONAL FOR MOST OF HIS FILMS
In an interplay with The Indian Express, Anubhav mentioned “Yes I have heard I am anti-national before. I do hear it for most of my films. But it didn’t surprise me. I love India, I love the original idea of India. Anybody who loves India more than I do, I respect that person. I’m trying to do my best as a lover and I’m sure even they’ve done their best as lovers of the country.” He additional opined “The teaser got that reaction because it’s the angle. When you see a black spot on the road it may look like sh*t or a coal tar. It’s how you see it and the angle is always of convenience. These things happen when the other angle is inconvenient. Then you want to shift to the convenient angle, see it and reject the inconvenience. So I am fine with it really.”
Bheed has been shot in black-and-white and stars Rajkummar Rao and Bhumi Pednekar in pivotal roles. The film additionally options ia Mirza, Pankaj Kapur, Ashutosh Rana, Kritika Kamra and Kumud Mishra in essential roles. It is slated to launch on March 24, 2023.
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Published Date: March 21, 2023 6:50 PM IST