Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan and Janhvi Kapoor starrer film ‘Bawal’ will release on Prime Video on July 21. World War 2 is also mentioned in the film. Now the people of Japan have made an appeal to the producer of the film, Sajid Nadiadwala.
They demand that the film should be dubbed in Japanese language. Some part of the film’s story is related to the story of World War 2. Obviously Japan had a big role in World War 2. He was also most affected by it. That’s why the people of Japan are expressing their desire to see this film.
It is shown in the trailer that Varun Dhawan takes Janhvi on a tour to Europe. During this trip, the couple gets a glimpse of the events related to World War 2 in real life. Varun-Janhvi get into an argument in Europe and Janhvi talks about recognizing the war going on inside her and coming out of it. Glimpses of Hitler’s gas chambers and the Holocaust were also seen in the film’s trailer.
Sources said – A request has come from the Japanese audience. He clearly intended that the film be dubbed in the local language as well. This film can be liked by the audience of Japan. Since the film has some scenes related to World War-2, and Japan has had a connection with World War 2. That’s why film is taken as a matter of subject in Japan.
On September 1, 1939, German dictator Adolf Hitler declared World War II by invading Poland. He was accompanied by countries like Italy and Japan. On the other side were powerful countries like America, Soviet Union, Britain, China and France.
In this war which lasted for 6 years, 2 crore 40 lakh soldiers were killed on both sides. On the other hand, four crore 90 lakh citizens lost their lives. The most dreadful scene of this war came when the US dropped atomic bombs on the two cities of Japan, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, on 6 and 9 August 1945.
On August 6, at 8:15 am, America’s Enola Gay plane dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima. At that time the temperature had become hotter than one million degree Celsius. Everything was burnt to ashes for about 10 kilometers. In this, more than 80 thousand people were killed and many were injured.
Three days later, on August 9 at 11 am (local time), the second atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki. More than 40 thousand people had lost their lives in this attack. In both Hiroshima and Nagasaki cities, 50% of people within a 1.2 kilometer radius were killed on the day of the explosion.
At the same time, 80-100% people died after radiation and injuries. Even today physically challenged people are born in this field.