Ram Gopal Varma questions authenticity of National Film Awards

This year’s National Film Awards has been in the controversy. The Best Actor Awards to Akshay Kumar for Rustom has generated lots of flake from the celebrities as well as the audience. Several superstars have shown their displeasure. Now, ace director Ram Gopal Varma has questioned the National Film Awards. One of the most talked about questions regarding this year’s National Awards is the exclusion of Aamir Khan for the best actor category for his stupendous performance in Dangal. His fans are very angry, as he has not been considered for the awards. Many celebrities have also raised their displeasure. Talking about the same, popular director RGV has said that “why Aamir Khan has not been considered for his performance in Dangal?”  In support of the Aamir Khan, the director has questioned the authenticity of National Awards along with all other film awards. He took Twitter to show his displeasure. He leveled Aamir Khan as one of the most quality filmmakers. Aamir Khan posted, “Fact that Aamir khan, the greatest filmmaker of India does not attend any award events including national award speaks about those events” In another tweet, he said, “Highest quality films are made by Aamir and that he doesn't care to be measured by any Indian award commitee including national speaks loud” Director Ram Gopal Varma has been the favorite child for controversies, as he always finds himself in some kinds of controversy. This time he has questioned the credibility of the National Film Awards. Akshay Kumar won the best actor award for his movie Rustom at the 64th National Film Awards 2017. Everyone is wondering why Aamir Khan and Manoj Bajpayee was not considered. Ram Gopal Varma has worked with Aamir Khan in Rangeela, which was released in 1995. The movie was super hit. Aamir played a tapoori in the movie. You May Also Like Bollywood Movies 2017 Box Office Collection Upcoming Movies List