In a recent interview, renowned actor Naseeruddin Shah expressed his concern about the growing trend of hatred towards Muslims, describing it as a fashionable phenomenon. Furthermore, in another interview, he delved into the underlying significance of his film A Wednesday, directed by Neeraj Pandey.
Naseeruddin Shah highlighted a noteworthy aspect of his film A Wednesday during a recent discussion, emphasizing that all four depicted terrorists were shown as Muslims, despite the film’s overarching message that terrorism and hatred are not confined to any specific community or religion. Curiously, Naseeruddin Shah inquired about the intention behind this choice and questioned the absence of a Tamilian character. Neeraj Pandey, the director of the film, clarified that there were no political motivations behind this decision.
Naseeruddin Shah further expressed that within the film A Wednesday, there were no depictions of individuals affiliated with groups like Naxals, Maoists, or the LTTE (Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam). Instead, all four portrayed characters were Muslims.
Propaganda Film Making
In a previous statement, Naseeruddin Shah commented on the prevalence of propaganda and expressed concern about its unambiguous nature being widely accepted. He highlighted that this phenomenon reflects the prevailing spirit of the present era. Naseeruddin Shah further observed that the fashionability of hating Muslims is not limited to certain groups, as even educated individuals have embraced it.
He pointed out the astute exploitation of this sentiment by the ruling party, suggesting that they have effectively tapped into this sensitive nerve. Despite advocating for secularism and democracy, he questioned the introduction of religion into every aspect of society.
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