Wrong, but can’t show only good things: Akshay on stalking in ”Toilet…”
Mumbai, Jul 27 PTI : Reacting to criticism that his next film “Toilet: Ek Prem Katha” glorifies harassment, actor Akshay Kumar says it is wrong, but in a film, one can not just show positive things.
In a song of the film, the character of Akshay Keshav is seen after Jaya, played by Bhumi Pednekar, and even filming it on his cell phone.
In this film, my character tries to take a picture of the character of Bhumi, but you can say that it is not true, but I can not show all the good things, is not it? “Akshay told reporters.
The actor Anupam Kher, also star of the film, affirms that it is important to show the complete course of a character.
“To show the good in a character, you have to show the bad sometimes.” Transformation is very important, the character becomes completely different at the end of the film, “says Kher.
Directed by Shree Narayan Singh and co-produced by Akshay and Neeraj Pandey, “Toilet: Ek Prem Katha”, Akshay plays the role of a man left by his wife after discovering that there is no toilet in his house .
As to whether he approached state governments to make the film tax free, Akshay said, “Not yet, but yes, we sent the form that must be filed for tax exemption. Viacom sent it and asked if it could be Tax-Free.