Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra was one of the first politicians to dispute the Bollywood film ‘Pathaan’ over certain scenes, saying on Wednesday there is no need to protest the film starring Shahrukh Khan as the censorship board has already “handled it”. There is no,” he said. “The controversial words.
Some right-wing groups protested against certain scenes in parts of Madhya Pradesh on Wednesday’s opening day, forcing some theaters in Indore and Bhopal to cancel morning performances.
Narottam Mishra claims that the film has been changed.
“I think all the corrections have been made in the film. The censorship board has made them. The controversial words have been removed. So there is no reason to protest now.” ‘Pathaan’ of Madhya Pradesh.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) minister said he would provide advice to those still protesting against the film.
Mishra objected to actress Deepika Padukone’s outfit in the song for the long-awaited film ‘Besharam Rang’ last month. He was the first to object to the use of the saffron costume in the song.
The minister had previously disputed certain content in other films and web series while defending Indian culture and traditions.
Modi warned workers not to oppose the film.
Earlier this month at the BJP conclave in New Delhi, India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged party members to refrain from making unnecessary comments about unrelated issues such as the film.
Responding to the PM’s remarks at the BJP National Executive Board meeting, Mishra said “No one is named, but every word, sentence of his (PM Modi) is important to us and is why every worker is inspired by our actions and deeds.” has always been and will always be full of his guidance and energy.” In July of last year, the Home Secretary directed authorities to file a First Intelligence Report (FIR) on the poster for the controversial documentary ‘Kaali’ by filmmaker Leena Manimekalai.
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