Ajay Devgan and Sidharth Malhotra’s ‘Thank God’, film has become controversial after the trailer of the film was released. Now Madhya Pradesh Minister for medical education Vishvas Sarang has written a letter to Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur to ban the film Thank God.
Minister of State for medical education Vishwas Sarang has written a letter to Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur to ban the film Thank God.
Vishwas Sarang has expressed his objection to Ajay Devgan’s name being Chitragupta in the film. He wrote in the letter that some objectionable scenes have also been shown in the trailer of the film. The Kayastha society has also expressed strong opposition to the film. In the letter, Minister Sarang demanded a stay on the release of the film on October 25.
Earlier, Hindu Janjagruti Samiti (HJJS) said that the upcoming film should be banned as it allegedly ridicules Hindu beliefs related to Chitragupta and Yamraj.
According to the accusations made by HJJS, Thank God shows Chitragupta, the counter of merits and demerits of a living person, and Yamraj, who takes away the soul of a dead person, in modern costumes and the dialogues they deliver in the film. they are comical. HJJS national spokesman Ramesh Shinde alleged in a press release on Friday. Shinde said that HJJS’s observations are based on the trailer and that the movie may have more objectionable scenes and dialogue.
Earlier, lawyer Himanshu Srivastava filed a case against Thank God director Indra Kumar, actors Ajay Devgn and Siddhartha Malhotra in a court in Jaunpur.
According to the petitioner, the released trailer for the film mocks religion and has hurt religious feelings. At his request, Srivastava said that Ajay Devgn, dressed in a suit, is seen playing Chitragupta and in one of the scenes he is seen making jokes and using objectionable language.
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