Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt were recently stopped from worshiping at the ‘Mahakaleshwar’ temple in Ujjain. There is a lot of anger among people over an old statement made by Ranbir from 11 years ago, in which he called beef as his favorite food. This is also one of the biggest reasons for the boycott of Brahmastra on social media. Amid all of this, a video of The Kashmir Files director Vivek Agnihotri is also going viral on social media, in which he too can be heard clearly speaking about beef.
Vivek Agnihotri does not leave a single platform and opportunity to criticize ‘Brahmashtra’. In such a situation, now a video is going viral on social media in which he is talking about beef. In the short clip, you can clearly hear Vivek Agnihotri saying, ‘I have also written where the best beef is found, I have written many things, I used to eat it then, I eat it even now Yes, nothing has changed in that. this is my life.’
Sharing this, Ranbir Kapoor’s fan wrote in the caption, “They will never show you this video of @/vivekagnihotri who is a #beef eater too, and that’s his personal choice. But it won’t fit their narrative and agenda, But You guys stay away from those guys and keep booking tickets and enjoy #Brahmastra in theatres.”
In response to Ranbir Singh’s beef video, a section is sharing an old video of Vivek Agnihotri and questioning the double behaviour. A screenshot of an old tweet by Agnihotri is also being shared, in which he is seen telling the address of the restaurant with beef burgers.
Actually, after not getting permission for Alia-Ranbir to enter the temple, their fans are furious on social media. Sharing a picture of Vivek Agnihotri, he asked that if Ranbir Kapoor cannot go to the temple because he eats beef, then why did he allow Vivek Agnihotri? They also eat beef. In this viral picture, you can see Vivek Agnihotri standing in the temple premises with Abhishek Agarwal, the producer of The Kashmir Files.
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Amidst the trolling on social media, Agnihotri shared a picture of his food on Twitter on 7 September and wrote, “Since I adopted a minimalistic, satvic, lifestyle, not just I found immense energy, it has changed my outlook towards life. It has given me a new perspective towards nature, my body and mind. Who says simple veg food can’t be a multi-course meal?”