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Nawazuddin angry over ban on ‘The Kerala Story’, ‘Don’t spread fake news’

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Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui gave a statement today i.e. 26 May. However, on the other hand, Nawaz has also reprimanded those who spread false news against him. Nawazuddin Siddiqui was fighting a war with his personal life for a long time. However, now everything is fine between him and his wife Alia. Both of them have forgotten their old grudges and started their lives again. Talking about professional life, Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s film ‘Jogira Sara Ra Ra’ has also been released. Nawaz was busy promoting the film with his co-star Neha Sharma.

He also made a statement about The Kerala Story

During the promotion of the film, Nawazuddin Siddiqui talked about his film and other films in many interviews. In which he also gave a statement about The Kerala Story. In fact, there was also a question about the banning of his films. On which Nawazuddin Siddiqui said that he is against the ban on films. Along with this, he also said that if any film harms the unity of any community then it should be banned.

Do not spread fake news

 

However, his statement in favor of banning The Kerala Story was widely published. After which now Nawazuddin Siddiqui has vented his anger against the people who misprinted his statement. He tweeted that please don’t spread fake news for some viewers and hits. This is called Tip TRP. He further wrote that he never said and never wanted any film to be banned. Stop banning movies. Stop spreading fake news.

 

 

 

Let us tell you that many stars have expressed their opinion amid the ongoing controversy over the Kerala story. Many stars criticized the decision to ban the film. However, now the film has been released everywhere. In Kerala too, the ban on this film was lifted a long time ago. In 20 days, The Kerala Story has become the second film of this year which has done a business of 200 crores.