Ram Gopal Varma reacts to the ‘Oppenheimer’ Bhagwat Gita controversy: ‘Irony is that…’ | Hindi Movie News

Christopher Nolan‘s ‘Oppenheimer’ has surrounded itself amidst an issue, within the Indian market publish its launch on Friday. Those that’ve seen a movie have came upon that Oppenheimer performed by Cillian Murphy says a line from Bhagwad Gita throughout a intercourse scene within the movie. This has led to an enormous part of the Indian viewers to outrage over it on Twitter.

Now, Ram Gopal Varmawho is thought to voice his opinions on social media fairly boldly, has reacted to this controversy.

The ‘Satya’ director wrote, “Irony is that an American nuclear scientist Oppenheimer learn the Bhagwad Geeta which I doubt even 0.0000001 % of Indians learn.”
A number of customers reacted to RGV’s tweet and lots of even agreed to him. One consumer wrote, “As a devotee of our Hindu religion, I didn’t discover something offensive whereas watching, particularly that scene when Oppie reads the strains from Bhagavad Gita!” One other one mentioned, “Simply so as to add to it, He learn it in Sanskrit! Which is able to take away that 0.0000001% as nicely.”
Nonetheless, some customers additionally trolled him and requested if he has learn it. In the meantime, in a chat with ETimes, Nitish Bhardwaj who performed Lord Krishna in Mahabharata and recited the verses of Bhagwad Gita, has additionally reacted to this. He expressed that the viewers ought to attempt to perceive the scene and this line from Bhagwad Gita from Oppenheimer’s emotional state of being.

In the meantime, the movie is doing nice enterprise on the Indian field workplace. It collected Rs 14.5 crore nett on its opening day.

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