Nawazuddin Siddiqui on 'The Kerala Story' ban: 'We don’t make films to hurt the audience'
Nawazuddin Siddiqui reacts to the ban imposed by some states on 'The Kerala Story'
Nawazuddin Siddiqui has reacted to the ban on The Kerala Story and said the film should unite people instead of dividing them.
Recently, director Anurag Kashyap took his Instagram and expressed his opinion on the demand of the film band.
He wrote: “You agree with the film or not, be it propaganda, counter propaganda, offensive or not, to ban it is just wrong.”
Reacting to the director's post, the Gang of Wasseypur actor told News 18: “I agree with him. But if a film or a novel is hurting someone, then that’s wrong. We don’t make films to hurt the audience or their sentiments."
The 49-year-old actor further said: "We make films to foster social harmony and love among people. It’s our responsibility to propagate the same."
"But if a film has the power to break people and social harmony, it’s extremely wrong. We need to unite the world, not to divide it," added Nawazuddin Siddiqui.
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