Anurag Kashyap Takes A Dig On PM Modi For Article 370 Decision. Got Brutally Slammed On Twitter

Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday announced Government’s decision to scrap Article 370 and Article 35 A which provided special status to Jammu and Kashmir. The government also proposed to bifurcate two Union Territories, Kashmir with legislative and Ladakh with no legislative. Now it looks the Bollywood filmmaker is not happy with the government’s decision on scrapping the special status to Jammu and Kashmir. The filmmaker later went on condemning government’s move on Twitter which was later criticized by others.

Anurag Kashyap dissatisfied with the government’s decision 

Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap took a dig on Narendra Modi government for the scrapping of Article 370 of the constituency. Without taking anyone’s name, he has said that one man knew what was right for more than billion Indians and has access to the power to execute it.


Anurag in his Twitter account wrote, “You know what is scary, that One Man thinks that he knows exactly what’s the right thing to do for the benefit of 1,200,000,000 people and has the access to the power to execute it.”

Soon after the tweet went viral, people on Twitter criticized the filmmaker for his meritless review.

Compares the move with a Japanese film

Anurag Kashyap further wrote in Hindi that he cannot further speak on the issue as he is not a Kashmiri Muslim or Kashmiri Pandit. He wrote in a tweet in Hindi, Translated: “ I cannot speak much on Article 370 or 35A. Their implication, history or facts – I still haven’t understood them. At times it feels it should have been scrapped, at times it feels why was it scrapped. Neither am I a Kashmiri Muslim nor am I a Kashmiri Pandit. My Kashmiri friend tells me that the story of Kashmir is like Rashomon.”


Rashomon is a film by Akira Kurosawa with a story where a bride is raped and the samurai husband is being murdered.

He went on clarifying the statement on Rahomon in a Tweet where he wrote in Hindi, Translated: “ There are several aspects to Kashmir. All of them are correct, all of them are wrong. All I know is that the way all of this happened is not correct.”