Pathaan: Asha Parekh said amidst the ruckus on the song ‘Besharam Rang’ – ‘We can’t tolerate any more’

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Deepika Padukone and Shah Rukh Khan starrer film is going to hit the theaters soon i.e. on January 25. However, before the release of the film, there is a lot of protest against it. Saints, leaders and many other celebrities have expressed a lot of objection to Pathan’s shameless color song. In the song ‘Besharam Rang’, people are facing problems with Deepika’s saffron colored bikini, which they are demanding to remove. Amidst all this, now recently Bollywood actress and Chief of Censor Board Asha Parekh has given her reaction and has released a song from the film.

Bollywood tadka team. Deepika Padukone and Shah Rukh Khan starrer film is going to hit the theaters soon i.e. on January 25. However, before the release of the film, there is a lot of protest against it. Saints, leaders and many other celebrities have expressed a lot of objection to Pathan’s shameless color song. In the song ‘Besharam Rang’, people are facing problems with Deepika’s saffron colored bikini, which they are demanding to remove. In the midst of all this, recently Bollywood actress and Censor Board chief Asha Parekh has given her reaction and asked to remove the song from the film.

According to media reports, Asha Parekh recently said in her interview about ‘Pathan’, ‘We cannot tolerate more flop films. I don’t know what the censor board says on this, but I am saying this much, remove the objectionable part so that the film can be released easily.

Asha Parekh further said, ‘Fear has arisen in the minds of those who go to see the film. They are not going to watch the film because of the fear that what will happen to them? This is the reason why the film is getting thrashed badly. Exactly the same happened with Aamir Khan’s film ‘Lal Singh Chadha’, but now it should not happen with ‘Pathan’. Our industry needs a big hit.

The actress said, ‘I have been a part of this film industry for more than 60 years. Never seen such a bad reception in my entire film career. Now our industry needs a big hit. For this, we have to ensure that the film does not fall prey to the boycott culture.


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