Pubnews: “Bawal” – An Amazon Prime Video Romance Drama Starring Varun Dhawan and Janhvi Kapoor. “Bawal” is an engaging romance drama film available to watch on Amazon Prime Video, featuring talented actors Varun Dhawan and Janhvi Kapoor in lead roles. The movie has been directed by Nitesh Tiwari, known for his previous successes “Chhichhore” and “Dangal.” In this film, Varun and Janhvi portray a husband-wife duo, capturing hearts with their performances. Since its release, “Bawal” has been trending, and viewers have been sharing their opinions and views online.
Recently, a scene from the movie went viral, drawing attention to a dialogue delivered by Janhvi Kapoor’s character, Nisha. In the scene, Nisha mentions that every relationship goes through its own “Auschwitz.” The use of the term “Auschwitz,” known for the horrific genocide that led to countless tragic deaths, has sparked controversy, as it appears insensitive in the context of the dialogue. Lisa Ray, the actress, upon coming across a tweet discussing this matter, expressed her disbelief with a simple “No” on her social media account.
Netizens have also been taken aback by this particular dialogue and its connection to the historical tragedy. Some have expressed that Bollywood seems to be losing sensitivity and mindful storytelling. Dialogue has become a topic of discussion in entertainment news, and people are sharing their varied opinions on it.
Despite the controversy, “Bawal” has its heart in the right place and manages to resonate with viewers on different levels. The film beautifully explores relationships and emotions, leaving an impact on its audience.
Please note that “Bawal” has also faced unfortunate leaks online, with pirated copies available on platforms like Filmyzilla, Tamilrockers, and others. It is essential to support the creators and watch the film through legitimate channels to discourage piracy and promote the growth of the film industry.
In my citations many people are defending this line saying “It is said by an Auschwitz survivor and Jhanvi’s character is merely translating it” – let me correct you, it is actually said by *the writers and the director* while two actors repeat it in different languages. unforgivable.
— Raja Sen (@RajaSen) 21 July 2023
Bollywood mostly talks superficial nonsense. Now, they are also talking nonsense.
Swanand. (@_swanand) 21 July 2023
Very insensitive line!
– Meera Chopra (@MeerraChopra) 21 July 2023
Is there nothing that Bollywood will not see fit?
– Srabonti Bagchi (@srabonti) 21 July 2023
What is the importance of reading?
Neelish ji?? (@GKNilesh) 21 July 2023
— Zareen (@ZarinKhanz) 21 July 2023
What. The. Shame.
— Anwesha (@gimmphuchka) 21 July 2023
Oh my god! Do these people have no understanding of history and sensitivity.
– Steve?? (@steve_f7801) 21 July 2023
There’s also a line “hum sab bhi thode bahot Hitler jaise hai na?”
— Emily (@AmelieP27) 21 July 2023
Bollywood got neither coolness nor sensitivity!!
— Chaitanya Joshi (@iamcjoshi) 21 July 2023
ok saw it and wow this is 100% worse than i thought pic.twitter.com/nbc4AH0r7C
— Getfilmy (@get_filmy) 21 July 2023
Such an awful analogy! Dude, who and where do these people come from?!
— ronak_patel920 (@ronak_patel920) 21 July 2023
This is absolutely appalling. only me…. i don’t even know where to start
— silhan (@whitelily22) 21 July 2023
Very good. This is absolutely disappointing. Can’t believe someone thought this was actually a good idea. So insensitive and tone deaf.
– Slut for Sackler ✨ (@WhitneyUndso) 21 July 2023
Rule number 01. If Janhvi Kapoor is in a film. it’s useless. Never watch it.
— raaazzzzzzzz (@issoxwadey) 21 July 2023
da FAQ. bollywood is totally losing it
— being an adult and how (@adultingandhow) 21 July 2023
Bollywood is dying a miserable and slow death. The actors are stale, the actresses are stale, the writing is cheesy and insensitive, the music sucks.
— Sakshi Narula (@mssakshinarula) 21 July 2023
Can’t believe he did this. Shame!!! this is outrageous
— Tony Gilroy’s Final Draft (@madovercinema) 21 July 2023
Only in Bollywood will you find someone drawing comparisons between a bad relationship and a holocaust. These people are not serious
— VJ (@brown_munda) 21 July 2023
Well, in the film Varun Dhawan and Janhvi Kapoor go to Europe and learn about Auschwitz for a reason. In real life Varun and Janhvi visited Auschwitz and heard the story of World War II and also the story of the Jews. Jhanvi and Varun visit the place like tourists and listen to pre-recorded tapes talking about the history of the place.
Bawaal also stars Manoj Pahwa, Anjuman Saxena, and Mukesh Tiwari amongst others. Nitesh Tiwari The film is directed by Ashwini Iyer Tiwari and Sajid Nadiadwala under the banner of Earthsky Pictures and Nadidwala Grandson Entertainment.