Neeti Mohan, who has lent his voice to many superhit songs like Meri Jaan, Mere Yaara, Nainowale Ne, Ishq Wala Love, needs no recognition. Neeti Mohan has shared his thoughts on the poster for the ongoing film Kali in the Country in a special conversation with a channel.
Neeti Mohan, who has lent his voice to many superhit songs like Meri Jaan, Mere Yaara, Nainowale Ne, Ishq Wala Love, needs no recognition. Neeti Mohan has shared his thoughts on the poster for the ongoing film Kali in the Country in a special conversation with a channel. As for the poster for the movie Kali, he has said that it is very easy for people to target women in India. The Talked about women and social media. In the wake of the black poster controversy and how Amber Heard was hit, channel Niti asked if women were easy to target on social media. He replied: “Be it social media or whatever, there are all kinds of people wherever you go in life. If you are one of them, if you embrace positivity, you will always have a positive experience in life.”
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He continued: “We have fans who are very sweet and there are also people who do not appreciate what they do. And that’s just fine. They may have a different opinion and if they want to express it, then they can do it.It’s a free world.They can do it.I feel like I choose a positive state all the time.For me I am on a mission with my music and a lot of positivity.For me it is very, very important “I deliberately choose to stay away from the negative side of social media. I think it’s a total waste of time.”
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What is the Black Controversy?
On July 2, director Leena Manimekalai released a poster of her documentary, Kaali, which led to online criticism. The poster showed a woman disguised as the Hindu goddess Kali smoking a cigarette. In addition to her usual attire of trishole and seal, the actress who plays Devi also waved the pride flag of the LGBTQ + community.