Now with this new movie, people will become more aware of their surroundings.
Apparently, Akshay Kumar gave an interview for its promotions. Bhumi Pednekar and another co-star, Anupam Kher were also there to accompany him.
Anupam Kher, along with the team of ‘Toilet- Ek Prem Katha’, was invited for an interview by British channel – Channel 4. While taking a dig at the film, the presenter, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, first asked that a film which talks about the problem of open defecation in the country is being released around the Independence Day on August 11.
To which, all the three stars responded with a “yes”
As the film revolves around the issue of open defecation, the presenter went on to ask,
How do you feel this is such a big issue in your country 70 years after Independence?
This time Anupam Kher didn’t stop himself and gave a befitting reply. The actor said,
The expression is different on my side. We are only 70 years old. Britishers ruled us for 200 years, they should have done that (educate people about sanitation). They did railway tracks first, for themselves. They wanted them to remain poor, not get educated, so that they can say ‘Oh these Indians. How they do it – they defecate in the open.’ So, that is also an issue.