After Being Slammed By Twitterati, Aditya Seal Explains His Comment Comparing 'Avengers: Endgame' To 'Student Of The Year 2', Here's What He Had To Say

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Aditya Seal recently made headlines when in an interview he compared 'Student of The Year 2' to 'Avengers: Endgame'

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Aditya Seal recently made headlines when in an interview he compared 'Student of The Year 2' to 'Avengers: Endgame' saying that 'section of society' who will watch 'Avengers' and love it, believing that superheros exist, but when the same this is portrayed by Bollywood, they will give them 'flak' for it. However now, the actor retracted his statement saying he was misquoted and that there was never a 'comparison' between the two. 

READ: Twitter Slams 'Student Of The Year 2' Actor Aditya Seal After He Compares The Film To 'Avengers: Endgame'

"In Avengers, they take you into a world that doesn't exist, but you believe it because it looks beautiful. Here, nowhere have we said that this is a true story. This a different world and you would want to be part of a school like this because it is fabulous. That the inference that I derived. I don't know why people started comparing Avengers and SOTY2, it's so bizarre. I am having a hearty laugh," he said in a media interaction. 



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Meanwhile, Twitter has been fuming after the actor's alleged comparison. While one user said that there is a "stark difference" between the two, the other one said, " Avengers still holds relevance as compared to SOTY 2". Read some of the reactions below: 

READ: Student Of The Year 2 REVIEW: In Typical Karan Johar Narrative, Ananya Panday And Aditya Seal Steal The Show And Are The USP Of This Soulless Sequel



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