July 15, 2024

In a recent interview, actor Adil Hussain expressed regret about his role in the movie “Kabir Singh,” calling it “misogynistic.” This didn’t sit well with the film’s director, Sandeep Reddy Vanga, who fired back by saying he would replace Adil’s face with AI in the movie to save him from embarrassment.

Adil’s criticism highlighted concerns about the film’s portrayal of violence and mistreatment of women. He explained how he felt uncomfortable with its themes, unlike his involvement in 30 art films.

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“Kabir Singh,” a Hindi remake of the Telugu hit “Arjun Reddy,” tells the story of a surgeon who spirals into self-destruction after a romantic setback. While it was commercially successful, the film faced criticism for its glorification of toxic masculinity.

Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s response to Adil’s comments sparked further debate about the responsibility of filmmakers and actors in shaping societal attitudes through their work.

This exchange underscores the ongoing conversation about the ethical implications of film content and the balance between artistic expression and social impact.

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Source: (ANI)

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