Even as Censor Board goes into a tizzy after IB Minister Anurag Thakur seeks explanation on Oppenheimer’s Bhagavad Gita-intimate scene, and netizens bay for Nolan’s blood, the movie continues to draw

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Last Friday, two Hollywood movies were released. One of them, called “Oppenheimer” by Christopher Nolan, did better in India than the other movie called “Barbenheimer. ” Oppenheimer earned more than 50 crore rupees on the fourth day.
However, some people in the audience did not like the fact that Nolan included parts from the Bhagavad Gita in a scene with Cillian Murphy and Florence Pugh as it was explicit. Many people have disagreed with the scene, but some are supporting the famous director. We investigate the disagreement.
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The quote “I am become death, the destroyer of the world”, from the Bhagavad Gita, is used twice in the movie. The first time is after a scene of Florence and Oppenheimer being intimate, where Florence gives the Bhagavad Gita to Oppenheimer and tells him to read it.
This has made a lot of people very angry, particularly those who really like and respect the Bhagavad Gita. The Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Anurag Thakur, has asked the Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC) to explain how they approved a particular scene. The minister responded to a letter by Uday Mahurkar on Twitter. He said that he doesn’t understand why the letter was written and what its purpose was. The letter was about the life of a scientist. This is disrespecting the religious beliefs of one billion peaceful Hindus. It feels like a targeted attack on the Hindu community and seems to be part of a bigger plan against Hindus.
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Mahurkar wrote a letter expressing his confusion about how the movie with the contentious scene could have been approved by the CBFC. On the other hand, Thakur wants the person(s) responsible for allowing the film to be shown to be held accountable. The film has been given a U/A certificate, which means it is suitable for viewers above 13 years old. In the US, the movie is rated ‘R’, which means it is only for viewers under 17 years old. This is the first of Nolan’s films to be given an ‘R’ rating.
However, it’s not that the CBFC didn’t make changes to make it suitable for a U/A certificate. Even Warner Bros did not have any issues with that. The studio used computer technology to put a black dress on Florence’s body. They did this to make the CBFC happy. They took out rude words from the conversations and captions, and put in signs against smoking in the middle of the scenes.
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However, some people have praised Nolan for his exceptional work. Nitish Bharadwaj, who is praised by Indian viewers for his role as Lord Krishna in BR Chopra’s Mahabharata, expressed his support for Nolan and encouraged everyone to see things from the perspective of the deceased scientist. He created something that could destroy the world and now he is sorry, even though it was his life’s achievement.
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Filmmaker Ram Gopal Verma said that it’s ironic that an American nuclear scientist named Oppenheimer read the Bhagavad Gita, a Hindu scripture, while he believes that only a very small percentage of Indians have actually read it. This statement received different responses. Some people agreed with what he said, but another person strongly disagreed and criticized him for assuming things and underestimating the intellectual curiosity of a whole nation. You should make sure to verify information before making strong statements. Celebrities like Sidharth Malhotra have called the film a ‘masterpiece’ without discussing the controversy surrounding it.
In simpler terms, Oppenheimer is still making a lot of money at the box-office, even though there are people protesting.

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