Ground Report | New Delhi: Bhopal homosexual Vivek Agnihotri; Film director Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri has given some controversial statements in an interview, he, the word ‘Bhopali’ means homosexual. ‘The Kashmir Files’, which entered the 200 crore club was released in theatres on March 11.
Vivek Agnihotri said in an interview with the Op India website said, ‘I have grown up in Bhopal, but am not Bhopali because they have a different style, I will explain to you in private sometime. You can ask any Bhopali if you want. Tell someone this is Bhopali, it simply means that it is homosexual means Nawabi Shauq.
The leader of the Congress and former minister in the MP government, Jaivardhan Singh, took aim at Agnihotri and asked if the state Home Minister will register an FIR against the filmmaker.
“Cheap popularity and greed for money have corrupted his mind. This comment on the capital of our state is very objectionable. He should apologize immediately and if not, will our Home Minister get an FIR registered against them?” Mr Singh asked on Twitter in Hindi.
Earlier, Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri said that I am not just a filmmaker, I have an agenda. An official PeeingHuman compilation of interviews with Vivek Agnihotri, director of ‘The Kashmir Files’, and actor Pallavi Joshi. In an interview with The Lallantop, filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri said that he is having an Agenda and he is not just a filmmaker.
Earlier, he that the Movie ‘The Kashmir Files’ is banned in UAE, Qatar and Singapore, Now People are coming to India to watch the film. “No reason was given why the film is banned in UAE”.
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