“I am against propaganda films; Simply writing a 'true story' is not enough. There should be truth in it" said actor kamal haasan about the film 'The kerala Story'. The 23rd international indian Film Academy (IIFA Awards) will be held on May 26 and 27 at the Etihad Arena in Yas Island, Abu Dhabi. The event is hosted by bollywood actors abhishek bachchan and Vicky Kaushal.

In this, actor kamal haasan was given the highest award called 'IIFA Outstanding Achievement in indian Cinema' for his outstanding contribution in indian cinema. kamal haasan, who spoke at the press conference, was asked how he is watching the film 'The kerala Story'. He replied, “As I said earlier, I am against propaganda films. Simply writing 'This is a true story' next to the logo is not enough. There must be truth in it. "What was shown in the movie The kerala Story is not true," he said.

Also, 'On any issue, actors in South indian cinema, especially those from tamil cinema, take a certain stand. But it's not like that in bollywood,' he said, "I don't think it's necessary to make fun of it or comment on it. This country is important. Equally important is that you do your art in peace. 60-70 years ago, many artists from europe made the same mistake of keeping silent in Germany,” he said.

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