Protest in Indore regarding the film, burnt effigies of Deepika-Shahrukh

Posted on

Indore, Madhya Pradesh witnessed protests against the film’s song

New Delhi / Team Digital. The controversy over Shah Rukh Khan’s most awaited film Pathan doesn’t seem to stop. Protests against the song of the film were witnessed in Indore, Madhya Pradesh on the previous day. This protest was seen after a statement by Minister Narottam Mitra.

Activists burn effigies of Deepika-Shahrukh
PTI reported that the workers of Veer Shivaji group had gathered at a crossroads. Where effigies of Deepika Padukone and Shah Rukh Khan were burnt. Along with this, demanded a ban on the film. He alleged that the Hindu community was angered by the content of the song Besharam Rang.

Demand to ban the film
Let us tell you that the song Besharam Rang has been released recently. After which he became the subject of discussion. Regarding the song, Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra vented his anger over the color of Padukone’s bikini and demanded that it be “rectified”. Mishra said that if some scenes in the song were not rectified, the government would consider what to do about the screening of the film in the state.

Uproar over the color of bikini
Apart from this, Deepika is wearing a saffron colored bikini in the song Besharam. Regarding which Swami Chakrapani Maharaj, National President of Hindu Mahasabha has raised objection. He says that it is the color of saffron and it has been insulted in the film Pathan. India will not be able to tolerate the insult of saffron in the film.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *