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‘They used 50-star flags in a scene set in 1945’: User points out an error in Christopher Nolan’s ‘Oppenheimer’ – Entertainment News, Unlisted News – UnlistedNews

Christopher Nolan oppenheimer is making all the right noise at the box office globally. Fans and critics alike have been enthusiastic about Nolan’s vision and powerful storytelling. However, one user shared a screenshot of one of the scenes from the movie and pointed out an error. He wrote- “It was cool and all, but I’ll be that guy and complain that they used 50-star flags in a scene set in 1945.”

“Personally, I think it was done intentionally, because the color scenes were from Oppenheimer’s perspective, which is his current memory after the 50-star flag was set,” wrote a netizen on the post.

The Bhagwad Gita controversy

While the biographical drama has done phenomenally at the box office, the scene where Jean (Florence Pugh) makes Oppenheimer (Cillian Murphy) read Bhagwad Geeta while tops it and has sex, has sparked outrage among the audience.

Now actor Nitish Bhardwaj, who played Lord Krishna in BR Chopra’s iconic show Mahabharat and narrated the Gita slokas in the most impeccable manner, has reacted to the controversy. oppenheimer scene.

“Gita fundamentally teaches a sense of duty in the midst of a battlefield. Metaphorically, our vital struggles, mainly emotional ones, are the battlefields. Shloka 11.32 also told Arjun to do his duty as a warrior, which is to fight against evil. The entire shloka of Krishna must be understood correctly. He says that I am the eternal time that will kill everything; so they all die even if you don’t kill them. So do your duty,” Bhardwaj told ETimes.

Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has praised the film and also reacted to that highly controversial scene. He tweeted: “The irony is that an American nuclear scientist, Oppenheimer, read the BhagwadGeeta, which I doubt even 0.0000001% of Indians read.”

His tweet number three: “Nolan is the only director who looks for intelligence in the mind of the public, while all filmmakers attend to his presumed stupidity.”


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