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  • Adil Hussain: RRR Is Not A Great Film.. The ‘Kabir Singh’ Actor Strikes Again

    The film ‘RRR‘ has elevated the Indian film industry to a global level, featuring Ram Charan and Jr. NTR with the direction of the eminent SS Rajamouli. It captured the attention of cinema lovers worldwide and clinched several awards, including at the Oscars, making a global impact. Even Hollywood director James Cameron was impressed by Rajamouli’s directorial skills, declaring his admiration for ‘RRR’. In this film, prominent Bollywood actor Adil Hussain expressed his strong opinions, not holding back his criticism of the southern blockbuster.

    RRR is Not a Great Film

    Bollywood actor Adil Hussain, known for his outspoken views, recently appeared on a podcast interview. During the conversation, the interviewer asked the Assam-born actor a thought-provoking question: with regional films like ‘RRR’ gaining international acclaim, could Assamese cinema soon achieve similar global recognition? Adil Hussain replied, “Assamese cinema has already attained a global presence. I do not consider ‘RRR’ to be a great film. Generally, films that meet the highest standards are considered good cinema, but that doesn’t automatically make them great. ‘RRR’ is just that—an entertainment film. In my opinion, it is not a great film. I hold ‘Village Rockstars’ in higher regard than ‘RRR’.”

    Severe Uproar Online

    Adil Hussain’s remarks on ‘RRR’ have sparked a viral debate on social media, dividing internet users into two camps of critics and supporters. Some accuse him of making baseless comments merely to attract attention, alleging he is envious of the global acclaim South Indian films like ‘RRR’ have garnered—a recognition that has notably elevated the Indian cinema industry. On the other hand, others stand by Hussain’s personal views, recognizing ‘RRR’ as a solid entertainment film, yet agreeing that it hasn’t made a substantial social impact.

    Criticism on Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s Movie!

    Adil Hussain has expressed deep regret about his role in Sandeep Reddy Vanga‘s film ‘Kabir Singh.’ During an interview, he made startling remarks, stating, “It’s the only film in my career that made me question why I acted in it. I played the college dean. Despite my initial refusals, they persuaded me to join for a day’s shoot with a substantial payment. After its release, I felt ashamed of being associated with such a film. I even left the cinema hall midway through watching it with a friend and never suggested my wife watch it, fearing her disapproval.”

    Strong Counter from Sandeep Vanga

    Director Sandeep Reddy Vanga reacted sharply to Adil Hussain’s criticisms. In a forceful response, he said, “The recognition you failed to gain from 30 films you deemed great, you’ve obtained from this single blockbuster you’re now ashamed of. I regret casting someone as greedy as you instead of an actor with genuine passion. Going forward, I’ll ensure you can stay unashamed—I’ll replace your role with AI assistance,” he shared on X.

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