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Randeep Hooda Criticizes American Filmmaking, Calls Oppenheimer A Propaganda Piece

In a recent interview with Ranveer Allahabadia, Randeep Hooda sparked controversy by voicing his concerns about the Oscar-winning film Oppenheimer. He remarked that American cinema often leans towards producing 'propaganda' movies depicting Americans as heroic figures.
01:01 PM Mar 31, 2024 IST | simran rajpal
randeep hooda criticizes american filmmaking  calls oppenheimer a propaganda piece

Earlier this week on March 22, Randeep Hooda released his film "Swatantrya Veer Savarkar," marking his directorial debut. The film delves into the life of freedom fighter Vinayak Damodar Savarkar and his significant contribution to the Indian Independence struggle. In a recent discussion, the actor shared insights into the film's production and also criticized the Oscar-winning film "Oppenheimer," starring Cillian Murphy and directed by Christopher Nolan, suggesting that Americans produce 'propaganda' driven movies.

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Randeep Hooda Talks About Oppenheimer

During a recent interview with Ranveer Allahabadia, Randeep Hooda stirred controversy by expressing concerns about the Oscar-winning film Oppenheimer. He said that America tends to produce 'propaganda' films portraying Americans as heroes. Additionally, he highlighted the consequences that ensued after the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Speaking about his film, Swatantrya Veer Savarkar, Randeep acknowledged his desire to make it an 'international document.' He asserted, "America produced Oppenheimer. That individual constructed the atomic bomb. The incident was extremely distressing... In Japan, they detonated the bombs on civilians in Hiroshima and Nagasaki at night, yet they are portrayed as virtuous ones. America is depicted as the virtuous party. What actions did they take in Vietnam? Their films serve as propaganda, projecting them as the superior army, the virtuous ones. They depict the Japanese and Germans as villains. History also follows this narrative because it controls its narration. However, this portrayal is inaccurate."

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