When the debates and discussions are heated, Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself talks about ‘Pathan’. He asked the leaders and workers of the party to refrain from making unnecessary comments about the film. Still the question remains, where is the end of this controversy in Bollywood?
‘Boycott’ is becoming a trend in India before the release of movies since last year. Earlier, controversy started with movies like ‘Brahmastra’, ‘Lal Singh Chadha’, ‘Raksha Bandhan’, ‘League’. Film stars, producers and crews are getting worried day by day about such incidents. If the boycott starts like this, Indian cinema will lose its identity. Many will be confused with the story. Some think that many directors will move away from film production. For that, the ‘Federation of Western India Cine Employees’ has appealed to the government for help to stop the excesses of the boycott.
The excitement around Siddharth Anand’s film ‘Pathan’ is steadily increasing. The film will release on the big screen on January 25. Shah Rukh and Deepika will be seen doing breathless action in this film. King Khan will act as an Indian agent in Pathan. Bollywood star John Abraham will be seen in the villain role in the film. Rumor has it that Salman Khan and Hrithik Roshan are going to make a cameo appearance in Siddharth’s film.