Bollywood filmmaker Kabir Khan has at all times been very vocal about his opinions relating to something. Just lately, he shared his ideas in regards to the movies and reveals that demonize the Mughals and mentioned that it’s problematic. The filmmaker claimed that the reveals being made on Mughals are based mostly on ‘common narrative’ whereas they need to be based mostly on analysis. He referred to as it disturbing and mentioned that he can’t respect movies that demonise the Mughals, whom he described because the ‘unique nation-builders’.
This didn’t go down nicely with the followers. On Friday,that glorifies the Islamic invader Babur. Kabir Khan calling the Mughals the ‘unique nation builders’ left Twitterati enraged. Reacting to the identical, one Twitter consumer questioned, “Is it essential to reward brutal killer of hindus, mass destroyer of hindu temples, mass converter of hindus!? “
One other tweeted, “Of all folks, netizens predict Kabir Khan to behave rationally in direction of Pakistan. That man made a film the place RAW and ISI labored hand in hand” Take a look at the reactions here-
Kabir Khan informed Bollywood Hungama, “I discover it massively problematic and disturbing as a result of what actually makes me upset is that it is being executed simply to go together with the favored narrative. I can perceive when a filmmaker has researched one thing and a filmmaker desires to make some extent… After all, there may be completely different viewpoints. If you wish to demonise the Mughals, please base it on some analysis and make us perceive why; why they have been the villains that you simply suppose they have been.”
He added, “As a result of for those who do a little analysis and browse historical past, it’s extremely robust to grasp why they must be villainised. I believe they have been the unique nation-builders, and to jot down them off and say they murdered folks… However what are you basing it on? Please level out the historic proof. Please have an open debate, simply do not go together with the narrative that you simply suppose might be common.”