Popular South Indian actor Kishore, best known for ‘Kantara’ and ‘Shi’, has sparked controversy by denouncing the trend of boycotting Bollywood and identifying with fanatical hooligans.
Kishore took to social media to denounce the trend to boycott Bollywood movies, fanatical hooligans against movies and politics of hatred of actors, saying it’s time for moviegoers across the country to rise up and support Bollywood. Told.
Kishore opined that the failure of the world’s largest democracy to ensure the safety of businesses and industries is a failure of the government.
Still, the atmosphere of fear created by people in the film industry not speaking out is a disgrace to government officials charged with maintaining law and order, he said.
Kishore argued that this was a clear violation of the law poisoning society and that the local film industry also needed to be stopped and punished before it caught fire.
Kishore is known for its social media activism against religious fanaticism and issues related to farmers. Kishore had backed popular actress Sai Pallavi’s controversial statement that equated the killing of Kashmiri Pandits with a lynching of Muslims by cattle vigilantes.
Did he ask about the media taking a stand on the actress and whether it is a crime for an actor/actress to have a public opinion?
The actor who played the lead role against Rishab Shetty as a police officer in the blockbuster movie Kantara said faith should be there but not superstition.
He said that like all good films, ‘Kantara’ transcends boundaries of caste, religion and language and brings people together.
We are raising awareness through entertainment. If this film were to be used to divide people by fostering superstition and inspiring communal feelings, a great victory would be mankind’s greatest defeat.