Young sensation Vijay Devarakonda is a guy who is usually jovial and friendly on social media. But he is clearly annoyed with comments and criticism on his ‘Arjun Reddy’ which cropped up again recently.
During a debate, Malayali actress Parvathy slammed ‘Arjun Reddy’ and ‘Kabir Singh’ saying that they had the visual grammar of glorifying treating women badly which sends a wrong message to people. She added, “We can watch a tragedy and leave it there, without feeling inspired to follow it. Whereas if you’re telling there is no passion in a relationship without slapping each other and I see the comments on YouTube where people are resonating and engaging with that, you can see, engaging with that in a massive, mob-like manner. Where you’re inciting violence…”.
A lot of people are supporting her statements and started taking digs at the film. Irked by this outrage, Vijay vented out his angst saying, “I am very irritated right now. I can’t keep it in and I want to take it out. If I will keep it in, it will become a tumour inside me.” He said that he is very understanding normally but people have no idea of what they are saying on the internet these days.
He defended his film saying that you can give small hits to each other as long as you are completely in love. He also said that he cannot make films that could please everyone as one scene may bring a certain kind of emotion in a person while the same scene can look different for others. He added, “I feel they are very misplaced. I didn’t mind the question. I love Parvathy. I admire her work. What irritates me is the comments on social media. People go nuts. They don’t know what they are talking about.” He went on to say that he dislikes people celebrating at his cost and doesn’t care about what others think of his films and interviews.
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