Akshay Kumar’s film ‘Ram Setu’ has been embroiled in controversies even before its release. BJP leader and former Union Minister Subramanian Swamy has opened a front against Akshay Kumar and is preparing to sue. In a tweet, Swamy said that the film ‘Ram Setu’ has been tampered with facts and given misleading information. His associate lawyer Satya Sabharwal is going to sue for damages against Akshay Kumar and the film’s producer company Karma Media. Documents have been prepared.
In another tweet, Swamy also raised and pulled up the issue of citizenship of Akshay Kumar. He wrote, “If Actor Akshay Kumar is a foreign citizen then we can ask he be arrested and evicted his adopted country.” Let us tell you that this is not the first time that questions have been raised on the citizenship of Akshay Kumar.
Akshay Kumar’s citizenship has been disputed many times in the past. However, in an interview, while clarifying on Canadian citizenship, he said that when his films did not play, he went to Canada. After the film went on, he came back. He had said, “I am an Indian at heart, nothing changes with just a passport.”
Controversy over which part of the film?
After Subramanian Swamy’s tweet, Advocate Satya Sabharwal also made a tweet and told which part of the film is objectionable. He wrote that the Supreme Court verdict of Dr. Subramanian Swamy has been used as a poster in the film based on ‘Ram Setu’. Shown with false facts and manipulation. Sabharwal has also shared the copy of the SC’s decision.
Users are also giving their feedback on Subramanian Swamy’s tweet. A user named Shantinath Chaudhary asked, ‘If he (Akshay Kumar) does not have Indian citizenship, then how is he living in India for so long. Which rule or visa allows him to do this, can anyone tell?’.
A user named Vikas Thakur took a jibe at Swami and wrote, ‘What an absurd thinking. Accordingly, the Indian who has taken citizenship of another country, he has no right to come to India…. Amol Sen wrote, ‘Akshay Kumar pays more tax than you, what is the point of such argument .’