While the information is spreading that Avatar is based on Hindu religion, an interview given by James Cameron when the first part of Avatar was released 12 years ago is going viral.
‘Avatar – The Way of Water’, released almost 13 years after the release of the first part, received mixed reviews. However, the film has collected 10,100 crores globally and is creating a record. Fans are commenting that the film, which runs for more than 3 hours, takes us to another world with its spectacular visual effects.
Some have suggested that the film is based on Hinduism. Arjun Samb’s Hindu People’s Party on its Twitter page condemns director James Cameron for telling the world the views of the Aryan Brahmin organization. Avatar – Sanskrit name, Blue – color of Krishna, Forehead – Name, Dragon – Garuda, Whale – Mole Avatar. The party’s views were criticized.
Before the release of the second part, it was reported that Cameron is making four parts of Avatar. Cameron had said that he has completely made Avatar the Way of Water and Avatar 3 and if the second part gets a good response, the subsequent parts will be made completely.
Now while the information is spreading that Avatar is based on Hinduism, an interview given by James Cameron when the first part of Avatar was released 12 years ago is going viral. In that video, “I am an artist. I was inspired by Hindu classical paintings, colors and scenes. Amazed at Hinduism. This film is not made for a religion. It is for general spirituality.