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PK Ban/ Controversy: Scenes cut by police after objections from Hindu outfit

December 28, 2014 | By

Jalandhar: Rajkumar Hirani’s latest release was cut in size in Jalandhar after intervention of police commissioner’s office. Hindu outfits are opposing the making labeling it as ‘anti-Hindu’ and ‘offensive’ against Hindu religion.

A Jalandhar based Hindu outfit named ‘Hindu Kranti Dal’ had filed a complaint against PK film before police commissioner of Jalandhar Yurinder Singh Hayer (IPS). ADCP Devdutt Sharma watched ‘PK’ with leaders and activists of Hindu Kranti Dal and ordered removed of scenes against which the Hindu outfit raised objections.

Hindu Organizations get scenes removed from PK with police intervention

Hindu Organizations get scenes removed from PK with police intervention

Hindu Kranti Dal leader Manoj Nanna said that makers of PK have disgraced Hindu god Shiv. He said that HKD want police action against PK director Raj Kumar Hirani and actor Aamir Khan.

He warned filmmakers against making (alleged) ‘anti-Hindu movies’. He said that Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) should not issue clearance certificate to upcoming movie ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’.

Whereas Hindu organizations are objecting against PK movie, BJP leader and Hindutva ideologue LK Advani recently praised PK movie and congratulated it’s makers to promote the perceived notion of Indian nationalism.



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