‘Artists Have To Do What The Film Demands. We Have To Trust Our Censor Board & The Central Government’: Arjun Kapoor On Pathaan Row

Arjun stated the artists have to do what the film demands and there should be trust in the censor board and the central government

Pathaan is set to release on January 25, 2023, which is full of drama and action which is directed by Siddharth Anand and produced by Aditya Chopra. It stars Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone in lead roles and will have John Abraham as antagonist. It showcases an undercover police official and drug lord. Vishal Dadlani and Shekhar Ravjiani have worked on its music. It will be released in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu.

Pathaan, which was sent for censorship, received outrage at Deepika’s attire. The latest bollywood news is that Arjun stated the artists have to do what the film demands and there should be trust in the censor board and the central government as they work together. 

“I think the fact that we are discussing it will give undue advantage to it at this point. We have to trust our censor board and the central government as they operate together. I think everybody has a right to an opinion in a democracy, but we as artists have to do what the film demands and have to stick to that authenticity. I don’t think we need to get caught up in a question that gives undue importance to things that create unnecessary banter and chatter,” India Today quoted Arjun as saying.

He added, “Our job should always be to do what is needed for the film and then give the film to the people who can decide what offends them and what doesn’t. I think we have followed that for a long time. Every film that gets made has to follow a process, even our film is no exception. We should just trust the process and the rules in a democracy.”

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