Padmavati controversy: Nana Patekar urges protesters to watch Deepika Padukone’s film before reacting

nana patekar says people should initial watch padmavati before judging itnana patekar says people should initial watch padmavati before judging it Nana Patekar has says protesters should initial watch Padmavati, and not criticism though even observant what is there in a film.

Veteran actor Nana Patekar, who is attending a 48th International Film Festival of India in Goa, has common his views on a Padmavati quarrel and he has urged a protesters to initial watch a film, and not criticism though even observant what is there in a film.

Nana Patekar said, “See everybody has their possess chronicle to tell in this controversy. Prasoon (Joshi) says that a film was shown before it could be censored, Bhansali has a opposite version. Till a film is not released, how will we know what is shown in it? we can know if people criticism after examination a film. But here we haven’t even watched a film.”

The actor also reacted on how some nonconformist groups have threatened Deepika Padukone and other actors of a film. He said, “Their denunciation has been inappropriate, and we wish zero like this happens. See, everybody takes artistic liberties when it comes to creation a film. People can get annoyed by it or not, though it is my shortcoming as a filmmaker that we don’t harm anybody’s sentiments. But here, commenting on a film, or objecting to a story though examination a film is totally wrong. We don’t know what is in a film, there was a same debate during Bajirao (Mastani). It is a film, people competence like it or not like it.”

He afterwards emphasised a fact that no one has a right to conflict anyone, Nana Patekar said, “I can never consider of hitting/killing someone in my life. If we have something to say, we will contend it, though a approach we contend it will be different. Violence is not a right thing. If we am not violent, it doesn’t meant we am fearful, though we can’t conflict someone as we can’t give life to someone. So, we don’t have a right to hit/kill anyone either.”

When Nana was serve asked if he feels that people who have been aggressive a film and a actors plainly should be arrested, a actor said, “What has to occur according to a law, should happen. we am certain a law will make certain of their (filmmakers and actors) safety. No one is bigger than a law in a country. We can openly pierce around and work is since of a law system.”

Nana Patekar sealed off by saying, “Let a film release. If we like it, it will do really well, and if it is ‘bakwaas’ (bad) afterwards it won’t do well. It is as elementary as that. we only consider a protesters should wait for a small bit. Watch a film, and afterwards react. And if they consider there is something disgusting in a film, they can speak about it later.”

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