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Lokesh Kanagaraj Faced Trolling for Supposedly Phasing Out Leo Flashback Scenes

<p>According to reports, director Lokesh Kanagaraj is facing harsh criticism on social media over a flashback sequence in his most recent movie, Leo. For implying that the flashback sequences in Leo may not be real, he is receiving trolling on the internet. In the movie, Joshi (Gautham Menon) is told the tale of Leo by Hridayaraj D’Souza (Mansoor Ali Khan). According to fan beliefs, the narrative may be all made up and intended to conceal Leo’s true identity.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-260319″ src=”” alt=” is it possible for single women to observe karwa chauth 2023 download 2023 10 31t1″ width=”1323″ height=”741″ srcset=” 300w,×84.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 1323px) 100vw, 1323px” title=”Lokesh Kanagaraj Faced Trolling for Supposedly Phasing Out Leo Flashback Scenes 6″></p>
<p>Social media users have voiced their discontent, and on Twitter, hash tags like #Leoscam and #LokeshKanagaraj are trending. picture reviewers and viewers agreed that the first part of the picture was excellent, but the second half seemed to drag on forever. Both reviewers and viewers criticized the movie’s flashback sequences and its latter half.</p>
<p>Manoj Paramahamsa, the cinematographer for Leo, said in an interview that the Mansoor Ali Khan-narrated flashback sequences could be staged.</p>
<p>Lokesh Kanagaraj was requested to provide his opinions on the subject in a separate interview. He said, “Vijay’s character Parthiban never presented Leo’s narrative from his point of view. The narrative was given from Hridayaraj’s perspective. I had recorded a conversation in which Hridayaraj would announce that he would be telling the tale from his point of view. He went on to say that editor Philomin Raj removed the conversation from the final manuscript because he believed it would reveal that the whole thing is a lie.</p>
<p>Due of a time constraint, Lokesh said that he had to cut the flashback sequence short, from what may have been 40 to 45 minutes. “The flashback section was lengthy,” he continued. I purposefully removed them because I thought it would be hard to pull the viewer back to the present and it would seem like a different movie. The confirmation from Lokesh Kanagaraj fueled the internet ridicule.</p>
<p>The film Leo, which was directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, was released on October 19. Starring are Gautham Vasudev Menon, Thalapathy Vijay, Sanjay Dutt, Trisha, Arjun, Mysskin, Mansoor Ali Khan, and Priya Anand. SS Lalit Kumar and Jagadish Palanisamy are the producers, while Anirudh Ravichander is in charge of the music.</p>
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