Kannada actor and activist Chetan Kumar has slammed the recently-released multilingual flick Vikrant Rona. He has expressed his unhappiness over “insensitive portrayal of Dalit-Bahujans.”
However, he has given thumbs up for the general high quality of the movie and the performances of the actors. He tweeted, “‘Vikrant Rona’—good technically & in performances
I used to be disappointd in its insensitive portrayal of Dalit-Bahujans as vicious/diabolical & stereotyping of Muslims
Filmmakers should cease exploiting caste/faith for earnings with out nuanced understandings of historic in/justices. [sic]”
Chetan Kumar is understood for making controversial feedback. Earlier, he was arrested for his “provocative comments” on the High Court over Hijab verdict. He had additionally come below criticism anti-Brahmin feedback.
Sudeep Fans Slam Chetan
Meanwhile, the followers of Sudeep haven’t taken his feedback frivolously and has come down closely on him on Twitter. “Main Hero himself comes from a community classified as Scheduled Tribe since many decades.. Karma ivrdu, [sic]” a consumer responds.
Another consumer writes, “Respect #anupbhandari’s freedom of expression.Respect the art. When you and your coterie villainize a community by vicious design and spew venom on them 24/7 it is fun is it? [sic]”
“That can also be seen as a message to the society alva sir. Such pathetic mindset that people go in search of the mistakes,[ sic]” a consumer tweets.
On the opposite hand, the Anup Bhandari-directorial has executed exceptionally properly on the field workplace. As per the commerce trackers, it’s inching in direction of coming into Rs 50-crore mark in Karnataka. The movie has witnessed good viewers turnout within the ‘A’ centres.
Vikrant Rona, which has Jacqueline Fernandez and Nirup Bhandari in key roles, bought a good response from neighbouring Andhra and Telangana states.
The movie is reportedly made with the funds of Rs 75 crore and it ought to gross over Rs 130 crore worldwide with a view to be a worthwhile enterprise for the distributors.