Amritanshi Joshi, Bhopal. The makers of the film have come on the backfoot in view of protests across the country regarding the dialogue in the film Adipurush. Now the dialogues of the film Adipurush will be changed. Film makers have taken this decision after protests. Dialogue writer and lyricist Manoj Muntashir has given this information by tweeting.
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Wrote on Twitter- Because for me there is nothing more important than your feelings. I can give countless arguments in favor of my dialogues, but it will not reduce your pain. Me and the producer-director of the film have decided that some of the dialogues which are hurting you. We will revise them and they will be included in the film this week itself.
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Manoj Muntashir’s pain spilled on social media
After protests across the country, dialogue writer Manoj Muntashir’s pain has spread on social media. He said – Because of one of his dialogues, he called me anti-Sanatan. It is possible that in a 3-hour film, I have written something different from your imagination for 3 minutes, but I could not know why you were in such a hurry to write Sanatan-Drohi on my forehead. Have you not heard the song ‘Jai Shri Ram’, ‘Shivoham’, ‘Ram Siya Ram’? These praises of Sanatan in Adipurush are also born from my pen. I have also written ‘Teri Mitti’ and ‘Desh Mere’. I have no grudge against you, you were, are and will be my own. If we stand against each other, Sanatan will lose. We have created Adipurush for Sanatan Seva, which you are seeing in large numbers and I am sure you will see in future as well.
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