News Helpline | November, 05 2012
It was yesterday that we had reported as how political parties disrupt the shootings of films for every second reason. Another victim of their wrath is Ram Gopal Varma and his guilt is that he is making a film on 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. Samajwadi Youth Party is apparently not pleased with RGV’s idea and it has even stalled the shooting of the film. The party alleged that the filmmaker doesn’t have required permissions to shoot in Leopold Cafe where the first was happened.
Varma on the other hand had something different to say. Telling his side of story, Varma said, “If they were sincere about their protest, I’d at least expect them to sit for a dialogue with me on what my intentions are in making a film on the 26/11 attack. I think political parties in our country keep jumping at the slightest pretext because that’s the quickest and easiest way to get publicity.”
Varma says that he has shared all the details regarding the project with the concerned people and Leopold Café was even closed for three days to allow him shooting there. Through the film he says he will mainly concentrate on the emotional aspect of the attack denying targeting any community or religion. Well all we can say is that may the good intentions of RGV find their way out!
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