With Netflix’s Resident Evil, Pakistani actor Ahad Raza Mir recently made his Hollywood debut. However, he is facing criticism due to a provocative kissing scene in the series. Fans have expressed their displeasure on social media for the actor’s participation in such offensive scenes.
The majority of you are already familiar with the Resident Evil series, which is based on a line of Japanese video games and had a hugely popular film franchise starring Milla Jovovich. The new Resident Evil series, on the other hand, is an entirely new perspective on the entire franchise with new characters and a new plot.
The character of “Arjun Batra,” an Indian refugee, is played by Ahad Raza Mir. Jade Wesker, one of the main characters, and Arjun have a daughter named Bea. Fans were thrilled to learn that “Dhoop Ki Dewar” would appear in the Resident Evil series on Netflix, but they were let down by the actor’s willingness to perform some risque scenes, such as a kissing scene.
As fans criticised Ahad Raza Mir for performing a provocative kissing scene among others in the Resident Evil series, the hashtag #AhadXResidentEvilNetflix was trending on Twitter. The actor was even compared to Sajal Aly, who had previously discussed abandoning a Hollywood project due to a provocative scene.
Resident Evil Movie’s Ahad Raza Mir’s Bold Scene
Here are a few tweets that criticised the actor for the bold scenes:
Yea let the netflix destroy this world by its LGBTQ agenda.
Let pakistanis like ahad raza mir do bold scenes out there
Soon this nation will be rocking on banned sites and showing talents out there.