Adil Hussain says “Stand won’t change” on Kabir Singh feud with Sandeep Reddy Vanga


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Actor Adil Hussain recently reacted Kabir Singh In conversation with director Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s post Times of India, Adil Hussain Said, “I am currently in America and have not seen Sandeep’s post. I don’t intend to either. Whatever I said (about Kabir Singh) was in an interview, not on social media. When I watched this movie I was totally shocked and regretted doing it. I will not change my position.” FYI: Adil Hussain did a cameo role Kabir Singh, he played the dean of Shahid Kapoor’s college. The feud between Adil Hussain and Sandeep Reddy Vanga started after the actor expressed his opinion Kabir Singh on the podcast.

How did this controversy begin?

Adil Hussain, during an interview on YouTube channel The AP Podcastsaid Kabir Singh It is the only film he “regretted” and called “misogynistic”. Additionally, the actor claimed that he walked out of the theater after 20 minutes.

The Life of Pi The star added, “This is the only film in my life that I have done without reading the script, without watching the Telugu film based on it. And I went to see a movie in Delhi (Kabir Singh) and after 20 minutes I couldn’t take it, I just passed out. And to this day I regret it. I only regret doing that film (Kabir Singh) because I think it was wrong. It made me feel so small as a human.”

In the same interview, Adil Hussain also defended director Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s freedom of expression. The actor said, “I didn’t even dare to see the animal so I can’t comment on it. I’ve heard stories from trusted friends but I can’t comment until I see them. But I am a part of Kabir Singh so I went to see it. I think everyone has the right to make the movie they want. I will protect his (Sandeep Reddy Vanga) freedom to make films. But I totally disagree with him. I think a film like Kabir Singh celebrates something that is not good for the society. It legitimizes male misconduct and violence against anyone and it doesn’t have to be a woman. He celebrates and glorifies it. I have said before that I have acted in only one film Kabir Singh,

Adil Hussain added that he was “ashamed” and could not ask his wife to watch the film starring Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani.

Comment by Sandeep Reddy Vanga:

After Adil Hussain’s interview went viral Sandeep Reddy Vanga In a note shared with the actor’s interview clip, Sandeep Reddy Vanga said that he now “regrets casting” Adil Hussain. Kabir Singh. “’Vishwa’ in your 30 art films didn’t get you as much fame as 1 blockbuster film ‘Kheed’…I regret casting you, knowing that your reach is bigger than your likes. Now I will save you from embarrassment by changing your face with the help of AI. Have a good laugh now,” the post read.

Internet reaction to Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s post:

It seems that Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s comment could not get the support of the internet. The director was asked to take the “criticism” on a positive note.

A user wrote, “Sir why can’t you handle criticism…everyone doesn’t like everyone’s work…there are haters of Sholay and DDLJ too…so can Kabir Singh and animals.”

Another wrote, “(Sandeep Reddy) Vanga brother grow up and start criticizing in a good way… no one is your enemy… calm down.”

A look at Adil Hussain’s post:

later Sandeep Reddy Vanga Reacting to Adil Hussain’s interview, the actor’s old post started doing rounds on the internet. One of the cropped tweets spoke of “art” and “artists” in “human society”.

Adil Hussain shared Artists are just instruments… serving art itself. Individuals cannot claim or be treated as stars. Art is the star. why?”

In a follow-up post, he added, “And yes. I believe that the purpose of art in human societies is to reach into the macro space, empower them, help them understand the bigger picture in the overwhelming nature of their awareness and engagement with micro-reality trapped in everyday life… all of the above by churning human consciousness and reminding them of their primordial inherent purpose. Give… which is unconditional love to all beings, things, energies.

Fans support Adil Hussain

While praising Adil Hussain, a fan said, “Hey sir, you don’t need validation from others. You have proved your worth by your work. I have been a fan of your work since the day I saw Life of Pi and will always look forward to new things.”

Above a user Adil Hussain Da We are very proud of you.”

For the underprivileged, Kabir Singh It was a Hindi remake of a Telugu film Arjun ReddyWhich was directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga.

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