The Director of Buddha In A Traffic Jam, Vivek Agnihotri presents his views on Dissent and what actually happened when Journalism supports negativity. Vivek Agnihotri at the session told that how his work opportunities got shrunked in the industry and why he was targeted as a Sanghi and shares many more experiences on his film, Buddha In A Traffic Jam and why it was opposed.
In his speech, Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri talks about the present situation of India and JNU’s condition with politics taking over and the difference in dissent. Vivek Agnihotri spoke about the present scenario and how different parties were against Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he was about to contest elections.
Vivek Agnihotri reveals that how his position and his work in the industry got shrunk just because he refused to sign on the paper which was about Narendra Modi in which it was written that he should not become the PM. Later he joined Anupam Kher in his march led by Anupam Kher himself.
Vivek Agnihotri said about the Kanhiya issue and different political parties and news channels approaching him. He openly said that there is major difference in their Dissent and his Dissent.
Through his speech at the session, Vivek Agnihotri clear his views on what he thinks on the country and how is film changed the whole scenario because it represented the truth.