Rangeela movie director Ram Gopal Varma is known for his outspokenness and blunt views on various issues, stars, films and more. Recently, RGV joined hands with Kamaal R Khan to criticize Shah Rukh Khan‘s Fan and he even advised SRK not to follow offbeat cinema and play characters like a fan, dwarf and all or else he will lose his success to Salman Khan. RGV feels that all this can lead King Khan to failure like Kamal Haasan lost his success to Rajnikanth in the South Film Industry by playing such characters which the audiences just couldn’t accept him.
And, we feel every actor has the right to experiment with different characters and stories. And, honestly, any person on this planet who has a sound mind will never agree with KRK at any point. Right? This guy never talks sense and he is ready to insult any star at any point of time just because his Deshdrohi became a hit, by mistake.
Keeping KRK aside now Ram Gopal Varma has targeted National Award Jury and the reason is shocking. Yes, Queen of Bollywood Kangana Ranaut has won the best actress National Award for Tanu Weds Manu 2 and Shehenshah of Bollywood Amitabh Bachchan has won the best actor National Award for Piku but Ram Gopal Varma is not happy about it. No! not that RGV doesn’t feel they don’t deserve the award, but he said National Award Jury is incapable of spotting the real talent at the right time and showers awards too late for great works.
Ram Gopal Varma said that the National Award Committee wasn’t qualified enough to give Amitabh Bachchan an award. He was quoted saying by IANS: “Amitabh Bachchan has proved his talent multiple times over the decades. I think National Award Committee is not qualified enough to give him an award.”
RGV said that Amitabh Bachchan has been giving spectacular performances for the past so many years and now he is given a National Award for Piku what about his other movies? Well, we agree with the fact that people who deserve a lot of appreciation and awards for their work don’t get such awards and rewards on time and so much of talent in India goes unnoticed and craves for a good opportunity. What do you say on this issue?