Bollywood star Arjun Kapoor, who includes in Indias Most Wanted, an up and coming film dependent on a genuine occasion of a fear-based oppressor, says psychological warfare has no religion and as an individual, he puts mankind before religious personality. At the point when the secret of the film was propelled on April 16, it drew consideration via web-based networking media for appearing unremarkable psychological oppressor, alluded to as "India's Osama," referring to the Bhagavad Gita to clarify the body and soul association with legitimizing human executing. At the point when gotten some information about his response on the analysis, Arjun at the film's trailer dispatch here on Thursday stated, "I am now not a Hindu. I am now not a Muslim. We are for the most part Indians who are making this film."
"Hence, we are putting our nation and mankind before anything. This film is about individuals who don't consider religion, standing, and statement of faith. We would prefer to need to talk about crafted by our insight agency," Arjun included.
The on-screen character additionally stated: "It's simple for individuals to type things on the PC sitting at home. Be that as it may, do they proceed to put themselves out there? Individuals use words to excuse considerations. Individuals use religion to make others think with a particular goal in mind. We are making a film that is an expert Indian."
As Jaish-e-Mohammad pioneer Masood Azhar has been pronounced a worldwide psychological oppressor by the UN Security Council, Arjun said he trusted equity would be served towards mankind by making the correct move against him. "It's great that the UN has concurred that he is a danger to humankind and the time has come for better sense wins.