Vivek Agnihotri believes that Shah Rukh Khan’s upcoming film ‘Jawaan’ is going to be an all-time blockbuster. On Twitter, a person challenged Vivek and said that if he has guts, then show his film ‘The Vaccine War’ by clashing with the jawan.
In response, Vivek said that he is above the clash mentality. However, he definitely said that if you go to watch Jawan, then after that, definitely consider watching The Vaccine War.
The preview of Jawan was released on 10 July. Like Pathan, Shah Rukh will once again be seen in a power packed action avatar. He will be seen in a double role in the film. Where one is an IPS officer, the other role is that of a villain. The film will release on 7 September.
Vivek Agnihotri wrote on Twitter – We do not want to get caught in the game of Bollywood’s clash. This term is for stars and media. I can guarantee that Jawan will be an all time blockbuster. However, after watching that, you must also watch our small budget film The Vaccine War. This film is based on that victory of India, which you would not even know about.
Vivek made a second tweet to explain the meaning of his first tweet. He wrote- We live in a diverse country. There is equal space for all types of visitors. Not every family likes to show action movies to their children.
Vivek wrote in another tweet – We trust our content. We like to make our films on a tight budget. Due to this, there is no box office pressure on us. The Vaccine War would hardly have been made in a budget of 10 crores. Its budget is even less than The Kashmir Files.
Vivek also reacted to Shah Rukh Khan’s previous film Pathan being a blockbuster. According to Vivek, the Boycott gang had a lot of contribution in getting Pathan hit. Vivek had said that the way Shah Rukh Khan promoted and marketed the film, there is no doubt that he had the biggest role in making Pathan a hit. He has shown through Pathan that the film is his and he also takes full responsibility for it. Vivek said that Pathan’s hit is a victory of power, heavy system and nepotism associated with the film industry.