Recently, actors Emraan Hashmi and Simran Bagga addressed the criticisms surrounding their film, Tiger 3, starring Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif. The film has faced accusations of taking a pro-Pakistan stance, particularly in its conclusion where the Pakistan PM, portrayed by Simran, proposes a disarmament drive with the condition of Indian reciprocation.

While chatting with DNA, Simran defended the film, stating that the pro-peace politics depicted in Tiger 3 have been misinterpreted and twisted by a certain section of the audience.

She emphasized that people can give any statement a wrong meaning, but the intention behind the dialogue is not to lead viewers astray. Simran compared the situation to making a mountain out of a molehill, suggesting an exaggeration of the issue.

Appreciation and collections are sort of validations: Emraan Hashmi talks about success of ‘Tiger 3’

Further explaining the creative direction of the film, Simran highlighted the theme of saving humanity. According to her, the character is questioning whether India is prepared to save humanity, and she believes India is ready because the protagonist, Tiger, is Indian and has been actively helping others, even at the risk of his family. Simran clarified that the character isn’t questioning India’s readiness but is indirectly conveying that Pakistan is also prepared for such a humanitarian effort.

On the other hand, in another interview with Zoom Entertainment, Emraan Hashmi responded to inquiries regarding the audience’s reaction to the film’s portrayal of peace and the criticism it received. Emraan expressed the belief that war inevitably leads to more complications, and when you consult the general populace of a nation, their inclination is typically towards peace. He emphasized the film’s perspective, stating that a true hero transcends conventional notions of patriotism and acts for the greater good. Emraan characterized the film as a progressive narrative that projects the idea of rising above preconceived notions of patriotism for the betterment of society.

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