Karan Johar is gearing up for one of his most ambitious projects, ‘Takht’, Takht is a period drama set during the Mughal Era. which boasts of an ensemble star cast including some big names from the industry like Anil Kapoor as Shah Jahan, Ranveer Singh and Vicky Kaushal as his duelling sons Dara Shikoh and Aurangzeb, respectively, and Kareena Kapoor as their sister Jahanara Begum. It also features Alia Bhatt, Janhvi Kapoor and Bhumi Pednekar. Takht releases on 24 December 2021.
“Karan Johar Hopes To Prove People Wrong With TAKHT”
“The idea is to take myself out of my comfort zone. I have tried to do that even with the short films I’ve helmed and the topics that I’ve addressed as a filmmaker. But somehow, I never get credit for such things.”
Ever Since Karan Johar announced that his forthcoming film TAKHT is a historical epic, it is being compared to Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s period dramas, especially since the movie also stars Ranveer Singh, who has already acted in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s magnum opuses likely Bajirao Mastani and Padmaavat.
“TAKHT Dialogues by Anti-Hindu”
Karan Johar Twitted, A Poster of TAKHT and wrote on that post some details.
You can read on this pic ↓
Above this Picture Karan Johar mentioned Dialogues by Hussain Haidry.
So let me know you, Who is Husaain Haidry?
Hussain Haidry is an Indian spoken word poet, writer and lyricist. He gained prominence for his spoken word poem titled, “Hindustani Musalmaan”.
He is From Indore and Graduated from Indian Institute Of Management Indore.
So this is all about Mr. Haidry.
#BoycottTakht Trends on Twitter for Writer’s ‘Anti-Hindu’
A recent tweet by Takht writer Hussain Haidry has prompted the hashtag #BoycottTakht to trend on Twitter. Many Twitter users shared screenshots of the tweet which reads, “Use these two words. Words are important. Hindu Terrorists,” and demanded that the film’s director and producer Karan Johar fire Haidry. The writer’s account has now been locked.
A Screenshot Of Hussain Haidry’s Tweet.
Dated 24 February, according to the screenshot, Haidry’s tweet was likely in response to the violence that broke out in northeast Delhi on Monday, between supporters of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and anti-CAA protesters. Riots ensued in Delhi’s Jaffrabad and Maujpur, with protesters torching houses, shops and vehicles, and hurling stones at each other, according to PTI. According to Delhi Police spokesperson MS Randhawa, 10 people have been killed and at least 130 injured in the clashes.
Many claimed that Haidry’s tweet was “anti-Hindu” and accused him of being Hinduphobic.
Neither Karan Johar nor Dharma Productions have commented on the accusations.