Any movie that exposes Hindudvesh (Hindumisia) of the ecosystem is systematically targeted by the Bollywood cabal. Hindumisic Bollywood members parading as ‘film critics’ leave no stone unturned to discredit the movie. We saw the numerous attempts to discredit Vivek Agnihotri-directed The Kashmir Files. Now, so-called film critic Anupama Chopra in her review terms the movie Rocketry: The Nambi Effect’s story as ‘jargon & jingoism’. The movie is actor R Madhavan’s directorial debut and he has also produced the film.
“It’s admirable that the film has brought Narayanan’s many accomplishments into the spotlight, but the screenplay repeatedly underlines his patriotism and also leans pointedly into his religion. Our first visual of Narayanan is in the puja room at his home. At crucial moments, he prays. Narayanan is a true-blue Hindu patriot”, says Chopra. She adds that R Madhavan’s ‘ambitious’ multi-tasking has resulted in a ‘clumsy’ movie.
Rocketry is the story of Bharat’s scientific genius who was wronged by the nexus between politicians and bureaucrats. CBI had opposed the bail of two former Kerala police officers who had been involved in Nambi Narayanan’s arrest. The former ISRO scientist had been falsely implicated in an espionage case in 1994. The CBI had reiterated that Bharat’s cryo-tech development had been affected due to the concocted case against Nambi Narayanan.
“Both the petitioners had played an active role and concocted an espionage case in pursuance of the conspiracy with the other accused in the FIR and other unknown persons. The petitioners in his petition have not substantiated the allegation that this is a false case against them and its registration is actuated by malafide on the part of the defacto complaint or on the part of the investigating agency. The nature and gravity of the offenses also had a big impact on the technological development of cryogenic, which was delayed due to the false implication of Nambi Narayanan and the news related to it”, the CBI petition said.
Aravind Neelankantan in his review of Rocketry says:
…The film’s first half is the human story of the scientific institution-building in the first 40 years of the independent Republic of India. Rocketry shows how young Indian space technologists were continuously striving against all odds in a techno-apartheid-filled world to secure technology for India and be self-respecting equal partners in building global space technology…
…Even today, Narayanan thinks this scandal only delayed Indian space research. In reality, but for his refusal to talk, it could have destroyed ISRO and made it into just another corrupt, petty Sarkari department…
…There are voices about the Hindu symbols shown in the movie. Again, they are neither loud nor forcibly integrated. Narayanan is a religious person and India is a deeply religious society. So, it is natural that religion surfaces in the lives of individuals at their moments of pressure. To read into that any communal toxicity is more a commentary on the perversion of those who make such a commentary than on the movie…
…This is not just a movie. This is not just entertainment. It is an apology from the heart of the people of India to a great son of India, the visionary technologist and patriot Nambi Narayanan for the crimes committed against him by a few heartless men using the state machinery.
Earlier this year, Chopra had attacked Vivek Agnihotri’s The Kashmir Files. Director Vivek Agnihotri alleged that Chopra was trying to ‘sabotage’ the film. He also said she was targeting his film by playing dirty tricks in the background.
According to Vivek Agnihotri Film Companion, Anupama Chopra’s show has not reviewed or tweeted the trailer of his upcoming movie The Kashmir Files even though the same show went on to promote a flop movie like Deepika Padukone-starrer movie Gehraiyaan that was produced by Karan Johar. Agnihotri further pointed out that the show has tried to carry out negative propaganda against his film by referring to his last movie, The Tashkent Files.
“Also, Chopra had published a piece decrying the popularity of SS Rajamouli’s recent release RRR in the USA, complaining that Americans are celebrating a toxic Hindutva movie that upheld Caste hierarchy and Kshatriya pride”, noted OpIndia.
Chopra during an interview with Saif Ali Khan asked him why he chose to act in a movie (Tanhaji) with ‘questionable politics’. The problem with the likes of Chopra is their reviews are dictated by their personal biases and political views. Her husband Vidhu Vinod Chopra makes Hinduphobic movies while Anupama Chopra attempts to diss movies that don’t fit in with her propaganda.
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