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Nikhil Siddhartha hits back at those trolling him over SPY

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On Sunday, the makers of Spy announced that the film will be released on June 29. They also released a poster with Nikhil holding a machine gun.

The movie, which chronicles Subhas Chandra Bose’s unexplained disappearance in 1945, has received a lot of criticism online for being a propaganda work. Nikhil was accused of following BJP policy and promoting propaganda.

National pride is not a problem, Nikhil said in response to those who claimed his movie had an agenda. The 18 Pages actor stated in his tweet that he is a proud Indian and that he believes in “one free India.”“Is National Pride a problem ? #Spy I’m a proud Indian who believes the only propaganda is ONE FREE INDIA. (sic),” he tweeted.
Spy, which was directed by Garry BH, is likely to have a sizable Hindi audience.

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