Nitish Bhardwaj Aka Mahabharata Shri Krishna Reaction On Oppenheimer Bhagavad Gita Controversy

Nitish Bhardwaj On Oppenheimer Controversy: The film ‘Oppenheimer’, directed by Christopher Nolan, released on Friday with ‘Barbie’, is performing well at the box office, but the film is also embroiled in controversies. In fact, there is a scene in the film where Oppenheimer, the main lead character in the Cillian Murphy starrer, recites a line from the Bhagavad Gita while making love to Jean Tatlock, played by Florence Pugh.

The fact is that a line from the Bhagavad Gita was used in the context of an intimate scene, which has sparked outrage on the internet. Indians have expressed displeasure over this. It is being said that the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has also taken a tough stand against it. Meanwhile, actor Nitish Bhardwaj, who became famous by playing the role of Shri Krishna in Mahabharata, has also reacted to this.

Nitish Bhardwaj didOppenheimer’ support of
Nitish Bhadwaj, as reported by ETimes, said, “Gita basically teaches a sense of duty in the middle of the battlefield. Our life’s struggles are also primarily emotional, battlefields. In verse 11.32 Arjuna was also told to perform his duty as a warrior, which is to fight evil. The entire verse of Krishna should be understood properly. He says I am the eternal Kaal who will kill everything; therefore everyone.” will die even if you don’t kill them. So do your duty.”

Oppenheimer regretted his invention
He further explained, “When Oppenheimer created the atomic bomb and used it to kill most of Japan’s population, he himself was questioning whether he had done his duty properly! In his famous interview he was shown crying, which means he probably regretted his invention. He probably saw that his invention would destroy mankind in the future and he probably regretted it. The use of this verse in the film should also be understood from Oppenheimer’s emotional state.” . A scientist thinks about his creation 24x 7×365 days, whatever he is doing. His mind space is completely absorbed in his creation and the physical act is just a natural mechanical act.”

Nitish appeals to understand Nolan’s message
Nitish appealed to the audience to interpret Nolan’s message correctly. He said, “I appeal to people to think about this emotional aspect of Oppenheimer’s important moments in life. Has he not been proved right that now we all see people killing their own caste using explosive techniques. Today the situation is similar to Kurukshetra. That is why Brahmins and Kshatriyas deliberately did not propagate it. Veda of war – Dhanurveda. United Nations should seriously implement nuclear disarmament. Nolan’s The Sage is loud and clear.”

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