Sandeep Reddy Vanga had haggard disparagement when he defended the abusive relationship at the centre of his hit film Kabir Singh, as “deep love”. The conversation about the film’s influence is once again ruling the headlines, because of the recent death of a woman who was shot dead by a man she rejected.
TikTok user Ashwani Kashyap, who was a prime suspect of three murders including a former air hostess (Nikita Sharma), shot himself a few days back. Reports proposed that he was inspired by Shahid Kapoor’s ‘Kabir Singh’ as one of his videos showed him impersonating the dialogues of his film – “Jo mera nahi ho sakta, use kisi aur ke hone ka mauka nahi doonga.”
Reacting to the muder news, ‘Kabir Singh’ director Sandeep Reddy Vanga said that he felt sorry for the victim and her family. He stated that as filmmakers they are responsible for their work and need to consider the consequences it might lead to, but also added that his films have never validated killing or murder.
It is very important that people should not confuse their situations between reality and a film story. A clear head is needed when you deal with real situations and circumstances. Try to not get influenced by unnecessary drama pulled back from any cinema story. Learn to live and differentiate between films and reality.