In a recent interview, director sandeep Reddy Vanga, known for his work on 'Arjun Reddy' and 'Kabir Singh,' addressed the accusations levelled at the shahid Kapoor-led picture. sandeep disputed charges that the film is sexist or harmful, arguing for a different point of view.

Sandeep reddy Vanga is booked and extremely busy. His most recent film, 'Animal,' was released in cinemas on december 1. Sandeep's third film after 'Arjun Reddy' and 'Kabir Singh' stars Ranbir Kapoor. He was recently asked about the contentious non-consensual kiss sequence in 'Kabir Singh' involving shahid kapoor and kiara Advani's characters. The filmmaker openly defended the sequence, stating that he did not take the film's criticisms seriously.

Vanga replied by claiming he didn't take the criticism seriously and that he didn't consider kabir singh to be a sexist film. He stated, "I didn’t think much about it. kabir singh, in my opinion, was not a sexist film. Only four or five individuals were outraged and made a fuss over it. I've never taken them seriously."

When told that there were more than four or five people, sandeep responded, "Four people wrote articles about it, and that inspired others to write more articles." It was their point of view, shared by hardly more than 20 people. We shouldn't discuss it, bhool jao kabir singh ko (forget Kabir Singh)."

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