Pathan's film is mired in controversies. BJP workers in UP said that there is a need to boycott this film.
New Delhi: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone starrer film 'Pathan' has come into controversy even before its release. Ever since the release of the first song 'Besharam Rang' of this film, the trend of ban on the film has started on social media.
UP BJP workers have now raised the demand of 'boycott' regarding Shahrukh's film, the reason behind which is Deepika's saffron colored clothes worn in this song. Madhya Pradesh Minister Narottam Mishra had given his statement yesterday regarding this film, now BJP workers in Uttar Pradesh have created a controversy regarding this film by accusing it of insulting Sanatan culture.
If released in Madhya Pradesh, there will be a ruckus
In this case, Mishra said that the song which has been released in this film has been shot using a very dirty mind. The clothes worn by Deepika in this song are very objectionable. So in such a situation, either the song should be changed or else a lot has to be seen regarding the film before its release in Madhya Pradesh.
Objection to Deepika's clothes
Regarding this film, BJP leader Rajesh Kesharwani said that the clothes worn by Deepika in the released new song of this film are very strange and it insults Hindu religion and Sanatan culture. The BJP leader has also issued his letter to the state government to ban this film in UP. Significantly, Leader of Opposition in Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly Govind Singh has also expressed his anger over the costumes in the song.