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Friday, 01 March 2024 9.38 AM IST

'Suresh Gopi has become an embarrassing artist, it is the problem of Sangh Parivar'; Bheeman Raghu's devotion to Pinarayi is obscene, says Kamal

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KOLLAM: Director Kamal said he feels ashamed that his colleague Suresh Gopi has become an embarrassing artist like the man who suggested that India's name should be made Bharat. He also said that Suresh Gopi rejected his homeland and his parents by saying that he wanted to be born as a Brahmin in his next life. He was speaking at the inauguration of Kollam NGO Union State Arts Festival.

"Suresh Gopi, who hails from Kollam, recently said that he wanted to be born as a Brahmin in his next life. He said this, forgetting that he was rejecting his homeland and his parents. It is the upper-class consciousness guiding Suresh Gopi that made him say this," Kamal said.

'Suresh Gopi is now very much filled with anti-religious hatred and anti-caste hatred. This is the problem of the Sangh Parivar. If he does not descend into it, perhaps he will stand up and show devotion like Bheeman Raghu. It is not right to show devotion in front of Pinarayi Vijayan. Bheeman Raghu did not realize it was obscene because he had been in the other camp for some time. I'm feeling ashamed seeing such comments by artists. These are all that drive the new era. The new generation should understand that this is not our India. We have an India which Gandhi, Nehru and Ambedkar contributed to us. We have a great responsibility to preserve it," Kamal added.

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