Anurag Kashyap has reacted to the Made in Heaven controversy and are available out in help of director Neeraj Ghaywan. In a brand new interview with Bollywood Hungama, Anurag opened up concerning the controversy surrounding the fifth episode directed by Neeraj Ghaywan in Made in Heaven Season 2, wherein Radhika Apte performs a Dalit bride and opts for a Buddhist wedding ceremony. (Additionally learn: Neeraj Ghaywan on Made in Heaven 2’s Radhika Apte episode: ‘Calling it Dalit wedding ceremony was mistaken, it was Buddhist wedding ceremony’)
What Anurag stated
Within the interview with Bollywood Hungama, Anurag stated, “I get scared for people I care about when they get attacked. I have seen the entire journey of Neeraj Ghaywan and the time he took to find the courage to speak up and then I saw him get cancelled in a day on social media. I got very affected by that because he got cancelled by people without them understanding the issue.”
On the controversy
Anurag additional added, “It’s a debatable difficulty… You (Yashica Dutt) will not be actually involved concerning the difficulty as a result of then you possibly can’t be two-sided. You might be attacking this man (Neeraj Ghaywan)… So, if you’re solely searching for validation then to me, you seem like an opportunist and nothing greater than that. And I’ve seen that man (Neeraj) who discovered braveness to be the voice, battle, shrink as a result of he bought attacked by his very folks. Then what’s essential these days after we speak about illustration? Is illustration extra essential than self? Is your self larger than the illustration? As a result of then you’re a false self. You’re a badge wearer. You aren’t actually representing one thing and that makes me offended.”
The controversy erupted when Yashica Dutt, creator of Coming Out as Dalit: A Memoir, had demanded recognition for uplifting the character of Pallavi Menke (performed by Radhika Apte) and the storyline of a Made in Heaven 2 episode titled The Coronary heart Skips A Beat, directed by Neeraj Ghaywan, as she wasn’t formally credited. Just a few days later, the makers of the present launched a press release denying the claims.
Anurag Kashyap and Neeraj Ghaywan have collaborated up to now. Anurag co-produced Neeraj Ghaywan’s directorial debut movie Masaan. In the meantime, Neeraj additionally co-directed the second season of Netflix’s Sacred Video games with Anurag.