Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], January 17 (ANI): Two Bharatiya Janata Celebration (BJP) leaders on Sunday alleged that Saif Ali Khan-starrer internet sequence ‘Tandav’ hurts Hindu non secular sentiments.
BJP chief Ram Kadam mentioned that he has filed a criticism at Mumbai’s Ghatkopar Police Station in opposition to Saif Ali Khan’s newest internet sequence ‘Tandav’. He alleged that the sequence has damage the emotions of Hindus and he wouldn’t tolerate this.
Kadam mentioned, “I’ve determined to put in writing a letter to Union Minister Prakash Javadekar relating to this situation and also will point out that every one the Over-the-Prime (OTT) platforms have to be introduced beneath censorship.”
When requested which a part of the sequence he objects to, Kadam mentioned, “One of many actors has used Lord Shiva’s Trishul and Damru in an objectionable method which has damage the emotions of Hindus.”
“Strict in opposition to needs to be taken in opposition to the actor, director and producer of the net sequence,” he mentioned.
Expressing related issues, Manoj Kotak, a BJP chief has written a letter to Union Minister Prakash Javadekar.
Within the letter, Manoj Kotak wrote, “It appears that evidently the makers of Tandav have mocked Hindu gods and disrespected Hindu non secular sentiments. I urge the Ministry of Data and Broadcasting to ban Tandav for the meantime.”
On January 4 Amazon Prime Video launched the Tandav trailer. (ANI)
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