Ananya Panday has said that she and her Liger counterpart Vijay Deverokonda may not have the same opinion about his film Arjun Reddy, but she has not condemned him for making the film. She also shared that Vijay has accepted her opinion of the film and praised its chivalrous nature. Read also| Vijay Deverakonda responds to Ananya Panday being praised for criticizing Arjun Reddy

Arjun Reddy (2017) and the Hindi remake Kabir Singh (2019), both directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, were criticized for bewitching misogyny and toxic masculinity. While Vijay Deverakonda Defending the film and its character, Ananya took the opposite view when asked about the film during their joint appearance on Koffee With Karan earlier this month.

Opening up about their conflicting views at a recent promotional event for Liger in Mumbai, Ananya said: “I am not judging Vijay for Arjun Reddy. We are actors and we do not portray who we really are on screen. Our values ​​and our view of the The world doesn’t have to quite match the characters we play on screen. Since the time I met him, he’s been extremely chivalrous with me, so I didn’t really have that connection.”

The actor added of Vijay: “In terms of the opinion I had about the film, he’s very much accepted that. He’s just that kind of person, who likes to have debate and conversations. I’ve never felt that conflict anyway. .”

in their Coffee With Karan Outwardly, Vijay had said that many women came to him to praise Arjun Reddy and hope for a partner like him, but Ananya had insisted that she wouldn’t be okay with someone like the character. She had said, “Honestly, I feel like if people have come to him (Vijay Deverakonda), I’m sure there are people like that. I’m just not surrounded by those people. And I wouldn’t advise any of my friends to be okay with it. But that’s just how I am.”

Vijay marks his Bollywood debut with Liger, which was simultaneously shot in Hindi and Telugu. Directed by Puri Jagannadh and produced by Dharma Productions and Puri Connects, the film also stars Ramya Krishna and Ronit Roy in pivotal roles, and is expected to hit theaters on August 25.


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