‘Next time thoda serious research kar lena”: Anurag Kashyap schools Vivek Agnihotri over misquoted headline

The film ‘The Kashmir Files’ fame director Vivek Agnihotri is in discussion these days for his statements more than his films. The film director is quite active on social media and is seen commenting on something or the other every day. Once again he is in discussion about his tweet. This time Agnihotri has targeted film director Anurag Kashyap. But, Kashyap has hit back at him.

Agnihotri on Tuesday shared a screenshot of the headline of a news article about Anurag Kashyap which read, “Films like Kantara and Pushpa are destroying the industry: Anurag Kashyap”. He went on to say, “I totally totally totally disagree with the views of Bollywood’s one & only Milord. Do you agree?”

Users commented a lot on this tweet of Vivek. Some advised him to read the complete interview.

Anurag Kashyap has given a befitting reply to Vivek Agnihotri saying “Sir, it’s not your mistake. You research for your films in the same manner you tweet about my conversations. You and your media are exactly the same. No worries, next time please research a bit more seriously.”

After this retweet of Anurag Kashyap, netizens are also giving lessons to Vivek Agnihotri. Along with this, Anurag”s fan are also welcoming his return on Twitter after a long time. A user tweeted, ‘Anurag, you made a mistake by taking this tweet seriously.’ One user wrote, ‘The answer is correct.’

Vivek Agnihotri is considered a supporter of the policies of the government and people who believe in right-wing ideology are his fans. At the same time, Anurag Kashyap has often been found criticizing the policies of the current government.

Let us tell you that Anurag had said in his interview that the pan-India image of films is harmful for the industry, because in such a situation many makers and actors will call their films pan-India just to say, while every film does not have Kantara-like potential. In such a situation, only a few films will be super hit and the rest will not be able to live up to the expectations of the audience. But, the truth is that films like Kantara and Pushpa only give us the courage to tell the stories of our mind.