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Vaccine War Set to Collide with Prabhas’ Salaar Amidst Vivek Agnihotri’s Controversial Tweet on ‘Non-Actor Promotion’

Vivek Agnihotri’s “The Vaccine War” Set to Clash with Prabhas’ “Salaar” on 28th September

Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri is reportedly targeting a 28th September release date for his upcoming movie, “The Vaccine War.” Interestingly, this coincides with the planned release of Prabhas’ highly anticipated film, “Salaar.” The news comes just a day after Agnihotri took to Twitter, criticizing films with “nonsense action and loud sound,” while the teaser of “Salaar” was creating a buzz.

According to renowned film trade expert Taran Adarsh, Agnihotri seems determined to go head-to-head with Prabhas once again. The two clashed previously at the box office when their respective films, “The Kashmir Files” and “Radhe Shyam,” were released last year.

Adarsh shared the update on Twitter, stating, “‘THE VACCINE WAR’ TO CLASH WITH ‘SALAAR’? Director of ‘The Kashmir Files,’ Vivek Agnihotri, is eyeing 28th September 2023 as the release date for his upcoming film, ‘The Vaccine War.’ Interestingly, this is the same date chosen by the makers of Prabhas starrer ‘Salaar.’ Previously, ‘The Kashmir Files’ had clashed with Prabhas starrer ‘Radhe Shyam’ on 11th March 2022.” (sic)

The Impact of Violence in Popular Culture

The clash between “The Vaccine War” and “Salaar” has created significant anticipation in the industry, with fans eagerly waiting to see which film will emerge victorious at the box office. As the release date approaches, the competition between the two movies is expected to intensify, adding an extra layer of excitement to the cinematic landscape.

Glamorization of Violence in Cinema and Society

On Thursday, a certain individual, let’s refer to them as Vivek, expressed their thoughts on social media. They stated that individuals are not inherently inclined towards violence, suggesting that the minds of children are influenced by the portrayal of violence in popular literature, cinema, and politics. Vivek believed that industry leaders, who have the potential to inspire young minds towards peace, instead contribute to the glamorization of violence. They proposed that in a world filled with violence, the ultimate solution lies in embracing #CreativeConsciousness.

Vivek further commented on the current state of cinema, without mentioning any specific names. They criticized the trend of glorifying extreme violence, considering it a form of talent. Additionally, they expressed dissatisfaction with the promotion of nonsensical movies and the elevation of non-actors to the status of major stars. Vivek implied that these actions are driven by the assumption that the audience lacks intelligence, which they considered to be the epitome of talent. These tweets were posted shortly after the release of the Salaar teaser, where Prabhas was portrayed as “the most violent man.”

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