`Ban Adipurush`: All India Cine Workers` body writes to PM Modi; demands FIR
Om Raut’s directorial `Adipurush’, which is a dramatic retelling of Ramayana, has been under the scanner ever since the makers released the film. Caste Workers Association of India President Suresh Shyamlal Gupta wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday demanding an immediate ban on the film.
Suresh Shyamlal’s letter read, “All Indian Caste Workers Association demands a ban on the screening of the movie Adipurush. The screenplay and dialogue of this movie is defaming the Image of Lord Ram and Lord Hanuman. and Sanatan Dharma.”
“Prabhu Shri Ram is God for everyone in India no matter what religious faith one comes from, this movie shows Lord Ram and even Ravan who looks like a video game character, with dialogues that hurt every Indian in the country and on around the globe. We request the Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi ji to stop the screening of this film and immediately ban the screening of Adipurush in theaters and OTT platforms in the Future,” the letter stated.
He also demanded an FIR against Om Raut, writer Manoj Muntasir Shukla and the producers of the film.
“We need an FIR against the Director (Om Raut), Writer (Manoj Muntasir Shukla) & Producers of the Movie which hurt the Hindu sentiments and Save the Image of our Bhagwan Shri Ram, Maa Sita & Ramsevak Bhaghwan Hanuman. Actor Prabhas, Kriti Sanon and Saif Ali khan should not have been part of a disgraceful film ever made in the history of Indian Cinema, Adipurush is a complete disaster for our faith in Shri Ram and Ramayan.”
From critics to critics, many people across the country have expressed disappointment over certain dialogues of the film. Among them are `marega bete`, `bua ka bagicha hain kya` and `jalegi tere baap ki`. After such a shenanigan, the makers of `Adipurush` have decided to restore the dialogues.
On Sunday evening, the mayor of Nepal’s capital Kathmandu, Balendra Shah, imposed a ban on Indian films after the `Adipurush` dialogue controversy. In less than an hour of KMC Mayor’s decision, Pokhara Mayor Dhanraj Acharya also sent letters to three movie theaters to stop screening of all Indian movies starting Monday morning.
With orders from the mayors of the two metropolitan cities, the halls in both places have removed the screening of Indian films from their schedule and replaced them with Hollywood and Nepalese films.
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