Anurag Kashyap bashes for calling “Bollywood one and only Milord”

Recently we have seen a small heat scenario between Vivek Agnihotri and Anurag Kashyap at an event on Twitter.

In a recent time, Vivek Agnihotri shares a small headline from a magazine that reads “Films like Kantara and Pushpa are destroying the industry, Anurag Kashyap.” Then further Vivek Agnihotri commented as and tagged Anurag for a reply which reads as, “Bollywood’s one and only Milord,”
Anurag Kashyap came up with a fine answer we can call it criticism or it can be from a fun point of view. Replying to tweet Anurag writes, “Sir aapki galti nahin hai, aap ki filmon ki research bhi aisi hi hoti hai jaise aapki mere conversations pe tweet hai. Aapka aur aapki media ka bhi same haal hai. Koi Nahin next time thoda serious research Kar Lena”

Anurag Kashyap


Previously during an event, while interacting with media Anurag Kashyap says that “Films like Kantara and Pushpa give you the courage to go out and tell your stories. But KGF 2, however big the success, when you try and emulate that and set a project up, that’s when you start heading towards disaster. That’s the bandwagon that Bollywood destroyed itself on. You have to find films that give you courage.”
For the Audience, Vivek Agnihotri is one of the finest directors of Indian Cinema. But he got famous for his recent work in Kashmir Files for presenting an important event with such beauty. Kashmir file is a movie that worked at the box office despite of cancel culture which was trended previously. Soon after this Vivek starts his upcoming project named the vaccine war.
On the other hand, Anurag Kashyap’s recent movie was Dobaaraa which got a mixed reaction from the audience. After this he started to work on his next project “Almost Pyaar With Dj Mohabbat, starring Alaya F and Karan Mehta, which will be his upcoming movie. The movie will be released the following month after having its world premiere at the Marrakech Film Festival.”

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