Film: Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa
Year of release: 1994
Director: Kundan Shah
Producer: Vikram Malhotra
Bollywood-wallas often claim they respect all religions equally. However, there is enough and more evidence to suggest that no religion gets as poorly treated as Sanatan Dharma in their films.
Take the film Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa. This film is the story of Sunil (Shah Rukh Khan), who is in love with Anna (Suchitra Krishnamoorthi).
In a song, a ‘good don’ is shown opening a bank-safe with an (inverted) Swastika symbol. The don shoots on the safe to open it. What was the need to put up this mark on the bank-safe? Will they put a 786 mark on a bank-safe which is shot open like this? Think.
Good Don shoots open bank-safe with inverted Swastika— Gems of Bollywood बॉलीवुड के रत्न (@GemsOfBollywood) September 8, 2021
Why associate Hindu symbols with Nazi ? Why Urduwood never shoots on a crescent-moon or Allah?
Film Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa by Kundan Shah (he earlier mocked Mahabharat characters in Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron)pic.twitter.com/W0q2cnWYHm
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