Bollywood Critics Are Parasites, A Threat To Cinema: Sandeep Vanga..

Bollywood Critics Are Parasites, A Threat To Cinema: Sandeep Vanga..

There's a particular scene where Shahid Kapoor as Kabir Singh slaps Preeti, played by Kiara Advani, on the streets after her family disapproves their relationship and Preeti pleads Kabir to not leave her.

Samantha Akkineni has called out a view expressed by "Arjun Reddy" director Sandeep Reddy Vanga in a recent interview. Through social media, she puts across her point of view, launching a fresh attack on Ms Bhatt yet again. However, in a telephonic interview with Times Now, the director has now said that he was misquoted in the interview and he was talking about the liberty of expression between couples. "And if you don't have that physical demonstration (of love), if you don't have the liberty of slapping each other, then I don't see anything there", he told Anupama Chopra in the interview.

"I feel it's pseudo because when you're deeply in love and deeply connected with a woman (and vice versa) there's a lot of honesty in it". It's not assault. When you're so close to each other, when you can't handle your worst thing with each other. He further stated, "The worst thing is not like "iss din daaru peeke aake maar rha hai". It works for a woman also and it works for a man also.

Sandeep Vanga also went on to describe the critics, who slammed his movie, as "parasites who are the real threat to the film industry" and said, "Probably they never experienced (love) in the right way". "But sadly, they are quoting in a very wrong way".

The Kabir Singh director branded most of the Bollywood critics as "Pseudo" and said that there would have been more criticism had the film collected around Rs. 80 crore. Despite criticism, Kabir Singh has earned Rs 218.60 crore in just two weeks and still running successfully in theatres. They were only on the feminist side, they didn't speak about anything else.

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