Speaking on the controversy surrounding the film ‘Padmaavat’, Bollywood actor Nana Patekar has said that “If you make a wrong film then people will react”.
In a video, that is going viral on the social media, Nana Patekar said “there was never a controversy in my film. I made films like ‘Krantiveer’, despite having a bold statements.
It is important to remember what you are doing with the film. You want to cash in on the subject or you really want to give a strong message to the society. There should be truth in you that should be visible in the eyes”.
When pointed out that the film was facing problem despite a green signal from the Supreme Court, Nana Patekar, asked if he felt that in this time is it difficult to make a historical movie, said, ‘Nothing is difficult. When the movie gets a green signal from the censor, then it will be released. However, make a film on the right subject and people will not react. If you make a wrong film then people will react”.
‘Padmaavat’ is set for release on January 25 but is still facing opposition from some sections with organisations like the Karni Sena having announced Bharat Bandh on that day