Naseeruddin Shah even called the box office success of ‘Kashmir Files’, ‘Kerala Story’ & ‘Gadar 2’ disturbingVeteran Bollywood actor and acclaimed theatre artist, Naseeruddin Shah's comments about the recent blockbusters drew a lot of flak from some of the filmmakers and mainstream audiences.In a chat show named ‘Be a Man Yaar’ with Nikhil Taneja, actor Naseeruddin Shah had an unfiltered, raw and real conversations with the host about his life, love and career. As part of the conversation, Shah expressed his frank opinions on some of the films which he termed as ‘adrenaline-high’, ‘hyper-masculine’ and ‘propaganda-driven'. Shah said that the box-office success of movies like ‘Kabir Singh’ and the rise of superhero movies in America's Marvel universe only reflect the growing insecurity amongst men, Stating that he couldn't sit through the world renowned blockbusters such as ‘RRR’ and ‘Pushpa’, Shah iterated, “Apart from the thrill, I can’t imagine what else one gets from watching such films. I tried to watch RRR, but I couldn’t. I tried to watch Pushpa, but I couldn’t. Although I did watch a Mani Ratnam film, completely, because he is a very capable filmmaker and does not have an agenda.”Naseeruddin Shah also called the successful run of films such as Vivek Agnihotri's ‘Kashmir Files’. Sudipto Sen's ‘Kerala Story’ and Anil Sharmas' ‘Gadar 2’, as disturbing. However, these opinions of Shah have drawn a lot of criticism from the filmmakers and also some of the netizens.Earlier this year, the veteran actor also expressed that the films coming from southern industries have been more imaginative and original than the Hindi films.