Mumbai: 'Student Of The Year 2' actor Aditya Seal has recently given clarification over his over-enthusiastic statement on comparing his latest release with Avengers.
In a statement, the SOTY 2 actor stated, "I was misquoted. I had said that people are giving us flak that 'aise colleges hote nahi hain.' There was no comparison between Avengers and SOTY 2. I said, that 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."
Notably, in an interview with Times Now, Aditya had said, "This is a fantasy. Who wouldn’t want to be a part of a school like this, where you have such amazing-looking people and the school is this good? We are just trying to create a world for people where they can just watch it and be like, ‘Oh, I wish I was a part of this!’ When I watch ‘Avengers’, I want to be a part of it. I want to be Tony Stark/Iron Man. The same way, we are trying to create a world for them."
After his statement, Aditya got trolled on social media. Meanwhile, Student Of The Year 2 also stars Tiger Shroff, Tara Sutaria and Ananya Panday in pivotal roles. Directed by Punit Malhotra, the film is doing well at the box office.