The much-awaited trailer of Amazon’s The Family Man 2 launched lately, and it obtained as many detrimental phrases because it did optimistic suggestions. The Raj and DK sequence that sees Samantha Akkineni starring alongside Manoj Bajpayee, Priyamani, Sharib Hashmi and Seema Biswas obtained extreme backlash as netizens, and others consider it exhibits Tamil Nadu and its folks in a foul mild.
In the trailer, Samantha performs a terrorist, and this hasn’t gone properly with netizens, particularly these from the South Indian state. The present’s trailer obtained flak because it “portrays the LTTE as terrorists and Tamils as vicious” and since a “Sri Lankan Tamil woman has been portrayed as a militant.” Not simply Twitteratis, however even NTK founder Seeman and Rajya Sabha Member and MDMK basic secretary Vaiko has demanded a ban on the sequence following this video being launched. Amid this controversy, the makers have now launched an announcement.
The Family Man 2 administrators have spoken in regards to the Tamilians within the present and clarified the matter in a press assertion. As shared by News18, the assertion by Raj and DK reads, “Some assumptions and impressions have been made based on just a couple of shots in the trailer. Many of our lead cast members, as well as key members of the creative & writing team, are Tamilians.”
The Family Man 2 makers continued, “We are very cognizant of the sentiments of the Tamil people and Tamil culture and have nothing but the utmost love and respect towards our Tamil people. We have put in years of hard work into this show, and we have taken great pains to bring to our audiences a sensitive, balanced, and riveting story – much like we did in Season 1 of the show. We request everyone to wait and watch the show when it releases. We know you’ll appreciate it once you watch it.”
The Family Man 2 is ready for release within the first week of June, aka June 4. With the continuing controversy, we marvel if the present could get postponed. Stay tuned to Koimoi for extra information and updates.