In the Oppenheimer movie, Ram Gopal Varma is seen reacting to the reading of the Bhagavad Gita during intercourse. He said via Twitter that whereas Indians do not read the Gita, foreigners do.
Oppenheimer, a movie directed by Christopher Nolan, has a contentious sex scene.
During a private moment in this scene, Oppenheimer’s persona recites a few verses from the Bhagavad Gita in Sanskrit.This is drawing a lot of criticism on social media.
Ram Gopal Varma’s tweet on it is currently also being discussed.
Different people have responded to his tweet in various ways.
Ram Gopal Varma’s tweets are often discussed.He has now given his views on the ongoing controversy over the film Oppenheimer.RGV wrote, The irony is that an American Nuclear Scientist reads Bhagavad Gita which I doubt 0.0000001% of Indians read too.
Nolan unlike Oppenheimer who built a bomb to kill a few people , created a cinematic bomb to explode in the minds of all people in the world, not just film makers ..The reverbs of NOLAN’s explosions will keep resounding forever in the cinematic graveyard he created on July 21st .. Not a nuclear era but a NOLAN era has risen …In short Nolan is the new age E= Mc square of CINEMA
It doesn’t need to be made into a movie. Such material, books are better medium. And why 70MM/IMAX?
Ok then tell me what is quantum physics how is it related to quantum mechanics.
With the right circumstances, you will not be far behind RGV. Just a ‘matter’ of time. There are still people who don’t judge you negatively howsoever badly you try. Like Kurosawa, your frames don’t lack movement. Like Scorsese, your shots don’t lack innovation.
Film was just word salad with background music. was high on emotional drama b/w people. Nolan had chance to make gold but instead he spun pubic hair.
Reactions of Bhaskar twitter user
Please concentrate on your movies.. and plz think which kind of movies you are making and what kind of information you are sharing with young generations with your adult movies.. you r the from the best to the worst director now.. we need old RGV