Filmmaker Vivek Agnichotri took to Twitter and responded to Anurag Kashyap’s recent “mob is out of control now” comment. Anurag said those words after Prime Minister Narendra Modi advised Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers to stop commenting on films. Anurag had said that the prime minister is late. Read also: Vivek Agnihotri responds to Anurag Kashyap’s comment on ‘serious investigation kar lena’
Sharing a news article on Anurag KashyapIn the words of The Kashmir Files, who is often at odds with the DevD director, he tweeted, “Audience is now ‘mob’? Wow! Wow! Wow!”
Recently, on the second day of the BJP’s national executive meeting, Prime Minister Modi suggested that unnecessary comments on irrelevant issues such as films put the party’s development agenda on the backburner, PTI news agency reported.
In response, PTI quoted Anurag as saying “If he had said this four years ago it would have made a difference. Now I don’t think it will make a difference. It was about controlling their own people. Things happened has gotten out of hand now. I don’t think anyone will listen to anyone. He was at the trailer launch of his upcoming movie Almost Pyaar starring DJ Mohabbat, starring Alaya F.
“When you keep silent, you encourage prejudice and you encourage hatred. It has now gained so much power that it is a force in itself. The mafia is now out of control,” the filmmaker continued. Earlier, many politicians came forward to object to Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone’s Pathaan song Besharam Rang. Among them were Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra and Ram Kadam who criticized Deepika’s saffron bikini. Many others also opposed the film and song, allegedly hurting religious feelings.
Meanwhile, filmmaker Ashoke Pandit, the president of the Indian Film and Television Directors’ Association (IFTDA), supported Prime Minister Modi’s statement to BJP party workers. He told Indian Express: “If the Prime Minister rejects his own people and tells them to shut up and not talk nonsense to the film industry, which is not their field, just for publicity, then that is a big confidence boost for the Indian Express. the industry. That the Prime Minister of the country is with you. The signal goes not only to the politicians, but even to people from the media, our own industry itself.”