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'Pathaan' Posters Torn, Burnt Outside Cinema Halls in Bihar's Bhagalpur | India News

‘Pathaan’ Posters Torn, Burnt Outdoors Cinema Halls in Bihar’s Bhagalpur | Information

Bhagalpur: Posters of the movie `Pathaan` was torn and burnt exterior a cinema corridor in Bihar`s Bhagalpur on Tuesday, a day earlier than its launch. Shah Rukh Khan`s `Pathaan` film is to be screened in Bhagalpur`s Deepprabha cinema corridor. The youth of Hindu organizations tore the posters within the cinema corridor and set it on fireplace, elevating slogans of `Movie Chalega Corridor Jalega`.”The youth mentioned that Hindutva can’t be compromised. Any aspect that opposes the Sanatan tradition is not going to be tolerated in Bhagalpur together with the entire of India,” mentioned the members of the Hindu organisation.

The members of the organisation added that if Pathan is proven in any theatres of Bhagalpur, will probably be strongly opposed. The supervisor Lalan Singh mentioned that some anti-social components have burnt the poster opposing the movie. He additional added that an software has been given to the native police station and SP, and the administration has assured that safety will probably be given. On Monday, right-wing activist Satya Ranjan Bora lodged a police criticism towards Shah Rukh Khan-starrer `Pathaan` at Geetanagar police station. `Pathaan` landed in an issue after its music `Besharam Rang` was launched.

#WATCH | Bihar: A poster of the movie ‘Pathaan’ was torn and burnt exterior a cinema corridor in Bhagalpur (24.01)

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On January 5, members of Bajrang Dal, a part of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), created a ruckus at Alpha One Mall in Ahmedabad`s Vastrapur in the course of the promotion of the movie. The Bajrang Dal members throughout their protest tore down footage of Shah Rukh Khan in addition to his co-stars. The protesters additionally threatened the mall authority that if this movie is launched, then they may begin an excellent fiercer protest. The protesters had been captured in a video damaging property of the mall. In a video shared by the VHP, protesters may very well be seen shouting slogans and tearing posters and enormous cut-outs of `Pathaan`s star solid.

The controversy began after Madhya Pradesh House Minister Narottam Mishra, aired his objections to one of many songs of the film, launched as `Besharam Rang`.Mishra mentioned, “The costumes within the music at first look are objectionable. It’s clearly seen that the music of the movie `Pathaan` has been shot with a grimy mindset.”