JNU Movie Poster Sparks Controversy; Netizens React to Film Announcement

Written by  Ritika Nath   |  March 13th 2024 01:25 PM  |  Updated: March 13th 2024 01:25 PM

JNU Movie Poster Sparks Controversy; Netizens React to Film Announcement

JNU Movie: The new movie titled 'JNU: Jahangir National University' has stirred up both excitement and controversy as its first poster was revealed by the makers on Tuesday (March 12). The film boasts a star-studded cast including Urvashi Rautela, Siddharth Bodke, Piyush Mishra, Rashami Desai, Sonnalli Seygall, Ravi Kishan, and Vijay Raaz among others.

JNU Movie Poster

The poster of 'JNU: Jahangir National University' was recently unveiled by its makers, sparking a buzz on social media. The poster showcases a miniature version of India with prominent letters at the bottom. Ravi Kishan, one of the main leads of the film, shared the poster on social media platforms, quickly garnering attention.

JNU Movie Ignites Controversy

However, the movie has faced criticism from some quarters, with many labeling it as propaganda. One individual expressed concerns, stating, "This will be nothing more than a bundle of lies! The movie will have nothing to do with the realities of #JNU, the only two purposes of this movie will be to malign the name of one of the best universities in India and to divert the attention of the people from the real issues like unemployment and poverty."

Similar sentiments were echoed by another user who remarked, "One more propaganda film to be released before the elections on #JNU, surely it’s going to show the university in a bad light."

Netizens React to JNU Movie Announcement

Despite the criticism, there is anticipation surrounding the film's release on April 5th. Some social media users have hailed it as a potential hit, while others have expressed skepticism. One user joked, "Whatsapp forward is now a movie. Propaganda ki b hadd hoti hai."

Opinions remain divided, with some questioning the timing of the film's release just before the Lok Sabha elections. "Election se pahle all propaganda movies aa rahi he itne din khuch nahi aya ab election he isliye sab aa rahi he," commented one user.

Directed by Vinay Sharma, the film promises to captivate, challenge, and inspire audiences. Alongside its star-studded cast, it aims to explore themes relevant to contemporary society. Despite the controversy, 'JNU: Jahangir National University' is set to hit theaters on April 5th, inviting audiences to delve into its narrative.

NOTE: It's important to clarify that the reactions mentioned regarding the film announcement are solely those of the audience and not the writer's own sentiments. PTC Punjabi is in no way associated with or endorsing the viewpoints expressed by the audience regarding the film 'JNU: Jahangir National University.'


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