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Ram Gopal Varma Maintains His Stance on Women, Says ‘I Admire Women’s Sensuality And Not Their Brains’

Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has shifted his base to Goa from Mumbai and has acquired criticism a number of occasions for his tweets and movies. Earlier, he stated to Suchitra Krishnamoorthy throughout a Twitter banter that he likes ladies’s our bodies and never their brains. When in an interview Times of India requested him on his stance on the identical, he stated that the identical factor is talked about in his ebook, Gun and Thighs, and he nonetheless maintains his assertion. Also Read – 18-Year-Old Arrested For Trying to Film Woman Inside Eatery’s Toilet in Pune

He additional added, “The brain does not have a gender. A woman can have it, a man can have it. The sexual aspect is very particular and specific. A woman has an extra thing which is her sensuality and which I admire.” Also Read – Ranveer Singh Pens Endearing Note For Kapil Dev, Calls Him ‘Colossus of a Captain’

When requested about his equation with Karan Johar after the ‘Bhoot; The Haunted Ship’ row, he stated, “I last chatted with him when I let him have the title ‘Bhoot’ for his film ‘Bhoot- The Haunted Ship’. After that, there has been no communication between us even on Twitter. I think the media played up our banter a bit too much.” Also Read – Shashi Tharoor Replies to Kangana Ranaut After She Opposes To Make Household Work Paid Job

Talking about his base shift to Goa, he stated, “Goa is best suited for the kind of projects I am looking at. My office ‘Factory’ is not in Mumbai anymore. I was in Hyderabad for a major part of the lockdown but have shifted out of Mumbai in the past few months. Everyone has got used to a different way of communicating; personal meetings are a thing of the past. Everybody is talking and doing meetings on online chats”.

Meanwhile, on the work entrance, he’ll launch his horror movie 12 o’Clock which stars Mithun Chakraborty, Manav Kaul and Flora Saini. Revealing about Mithun’s function, he stated, “He plays a psychiatrist who encounters the supernatural but being a man of science, cannot come to terms with it. Despite being the intense actor that he is, Mithun has never played a role like this in his career. Then there’s Makrand Deshpande, who plays a peon whose daughter claims that she’s responsible for the spate of serial killings happening in the city. People don’t know if she is mentally challenged or a psychopath. The movie was shot before the coronavirus pandemic shut us indoors and the remaining parts were filmed in Hyderabad.”

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