Olympic medalist Sushil Kumar in 'Commando 3' by Vidyut Jammwal: filmmakers must apologize for portraying fighters in bad light
With Vidyut Jammwal Returning to the celluloid with the third installment of its popular high-octane action series 'Commando', the film has raised the bar for action sequences in Indian cinema, but it seems that the film has not worked well with Olympic medalist Sushil Kumar
The film seems to have hurt Sushil Kumar's feelings as a scene from the movie in which a fighter is shown lifting a child's skirt in front of the audience before Jammwal intervenes to stop him, he has not liked the fighter ace.
Speaking with ANI, Sushil Kumar said: I strongly condemn this scene since the fighters are respectable people of society with good moral standing. The filmmakers must apologize for portraying the fighters in bad light and must eliminate that particular scene from the movie.
In addition, Kumar even urged everyone to protest against the scene of sexual abuse in the movie. I strongly oppose the film and also urge everyone to oppose it, since the film portrays the fighters in a bad way. The filmmakers have not investigated how fighters behave. I demand the removal of the objectionable scene, he added.
While the movie has been making a decent career in the ticket office , this call from Sushil Kumar has surely caught everyone's attention. The film directed by Aditya Datt also stars Adah Sharma, Gulshan Devaiah marks the Bollywood Angira Dhar debut.