Kabir Singh: Fans defend the film's director by trending #WeSupportSandeepReddyVanga

#WeSupportSandeepReddyVanga



Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani starrer Kabir Singh director Sandeep Reddy Vanga got support from the fans on social media. Check out.
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Following the release of Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani's Kabir Singh, the director Sandeep Reddy Vanga reacted to all the negative comments received by the movie in an interview with Anupama Chopra. However, his statements were not taken well by a lot of people. It created a buzz on social media. Sandeep had said, ''When you are deeply in love and deeply connected to a woman (and vice versa), if you don’t have the liberty of slapping each other, then I don’t see anything there."

Well, while some are mocking the director, other fans came out in his support. People have started a hashtag on Twitter, #WeSupportSandeepReddyVanga, which is now trending. The audience who gave a negative feedback said that the film showcased misogyny and disrespectful behaviour towards women. Here are some of the Twitter reactions:


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All India pseudo feminist A5 Logic

The word “Sadistic” is not bullying but the word “Stupid” did
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feminism:-

when a 5 yrs old girl raped , no one want to respond on it

when a hero slapped heroine in movie that point has to be raised high
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I'll definitely slap my wife if she's doin something wrng nd expct same frm her when I'm wrng. It's personal bonding that makes us own someone. How can it be negative? Our parents also slap us. Is that toxic musculinity? I never liked bt
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Talking about the film and his character, Shahid had said in a recent interview with PTI, “Nobody else had the guts to play these characters. Maybe because I am my father’s (Pankaj Kapoor) son, I felt the need to play such flawed characters. Acting has made a man of me. You have to learn to take failure on your chin, to take responsibility for your actions, to deal with the very public rejection and failure. You’ve to learn to believe in yourself when no one else does.” 

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