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Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible – Fallout Embroiled Into Big Controversy

Tom Cruise, arguably the biggest movie star on earth, who still has the mojo in him even at 56 to drive a star vehicle, has come up with the sixth installment of the high octane action franchise ‘Mission Impossible’. The movie, Mission Impossible-Fallout has earned rave reviews from the critics and audience all over the globe and has earned over $359 million as of Tuesday, 7th August. Buoyed by strong word of mouth, the film is still number 1 in domestic (USA) and overseas Box Office since it’s release on 27th July.

The movie entertains you, enthralls you for 144 minutes and watching Cruise performing the stunts will certainly leave you slack-jawed.

However, the movie has got into controversy as, during the climax, in a map, it has shown Kashmir to be part of Pakistan and China. Also, the movie has mentioned that India controls Kashmir. A moviegoer who has seen the uncut version of the movie will certainly get the impression that during the Kashmir sequence in the climax, India is shown in poor light, vilified rather.

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Indian Central Board of Film Certification has made 4 cuts in the movie and has deleted all the Kashmir references from the movie. That’s why most of the Indian viewers will not get to see the Kashmir mentions in the movie. The movie is doing strong business in India. Indian cine-goers have always loved Cruise. The superstar with megawatt smile is undoubtedly the most popular Hollywood leading man in the Indian subcontinent. Showing Kashmir as part of China and Pakistan was certainly not right and it has certainly irked many. Cruise has always been respectful to India, he shot parts of the 4th installment, ‘Mission Impossible- Ghost Protocol’ in India. Bollywood actor Anil Kapoor was vocal about how nicely Cruise treated him during the movie making. Indian journalist Rajeev Masand, Indian youtuber Carryminati interviewed him very recently.  The movie should cross the $700 million mark (Domestic+ International) in it’s lifetime theatrical run.

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