Actor Sharad Kelkar has condemned the assault on filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali, however he feels the considerations of Rajput neighborhood are justified although they need to method the appropriate authority to kind out issues.
“I’ve lot of mates who’re Rajput and their standpoint is appropriate, their concern and emotions for an individual are proper and it (emotions) should not be harm, however there’s a method to type out issues,” Sharad, who labored in Bhansali’s “Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram Leela”, instructed PTI.
“We respect the sentiments of people that worry that one thing unsuitable may have been portrayed. In movies individuals do tweak issues to make it extra industrial,” he mentioned.
Final month, Bhansali was roughed up by a bunch of Rajput group members, who additionally stopped the taking pictures of his movie “Padmavati” in Jaipur. The protesters broken the set at Jaigarh Fort, alleging that the director was “distorting info” within the movie, which is about Alauddin Khilji’s obsession with Rani Padmavati.
“We condemn the assault. You might be damaging property, beating folks, it isn’t proper. To beat somebody is in opposition to the legislation and is unacceptable,” Kelkar mentioned.
The actor feels the matter must be sorted out by speaking to involved individuals.
“I feel if somebody has an issue with a movie then it may be sorted out by discussing it in court docket or doing silent agitation or else going to involved authorities. It is your state and in the event you do not need to permit anybody to shoot, then discuss to the federal government if there’s the something in opposition to the tradition. To beat up somebody isn’t good,” he mentioned.
Kelkar might be seen as a blind individual in his subsequent tv present “Koi Laut Ke Aaya Hai”, which shall be aired on Star Plus from February 25.
He may even be seen in a destructive position in Sanjay Dutt’s upcoming movie “Bhoomi”.