Naseeruddin Shah has made a great contribution to Hindi cinema. Apart from his acting and work, he is known for his nonsense statements. Recently he said that male actors are glorified in Bollywood films. Along with this, Naseer said that he finds it difficult to watch mainstream blockbuster films like ‘RRR’ and ‘Pushpa’.
Naseeruddin Shah expressed his views openly in an interview given to YouTube channel We Are Yuvaa. Talked to him about the success of Shahid Kapoor’s film ‘Kabir Singh’. To this he said, “Insecurities are increasing among men. That’s why there’s more emphasis on hyper-masculinity. All the superheroes now in America, this Marvel universe is evolving, and it’s happening here too. films like A Wednesday that are successful without a hypermasculine hero. True, the premise of that movie is completely impossible. So that character somehow falls into the category of a hero because of what he does. That’s not even possible who does.”
Shah also discussed Anurag Kashyap’s films. He added, “With the acceptance of small films made by Anurag, like ‘Ramprasad Ki Terhavi’, like ‘Gulmohar’, I think such sensitive films will also find their place.
It was said for ‘RRR’ and ‘Pushpa’
Talking about some blockbuster films like RRR and ‘Pushpa’, Naseeruddin Shah said, “I am sure because I have a lot of faith in the younger generation and I think they are more developed, more you know and have more knowledge than us. intelligent. I can’t imagine what else to get out of watching such movies other than exciting. I tried to watch ‘RRR’, but nothing. I tried watching ‘Pushpa’, but I can’t.”
Shah added, “Although I watch a Mani Ratnam film in general, because he is a very good filmmaker and he has no agenda. And I can’t imagine anything but those excitement or nurturing of emotions hidden inside you. “Can. There is always a feeling of happiness after watching that lasts for days. I can’t imagine never watching such films (RRR and Pushpa).”
Let us tell you that Naseeruddin Shah used to comment on ‘The Kerala Story’ including ‘Gadar’ and ‘The Kashmir Files’. He said that such films create problems.