Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan is in the scope of Madhya Pradesh BJP leaders. Since his song ‘Besharam Rang‘ from his upcoming movie Pathan was released, the actor is facing a massive backlash in the BJP’s IT cell’s courtroom. His song Besharam Rang features him with Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone. Deepika Padukone is BJP’s favorite after her past controversies from Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Padmavat’ and her involvement in the JNU riots.
Allegedly, there is hurt of ‘sentiments’ and symbolism. Deepika wore a saffron-colored bikini while dancing with ‘Pathan’ on the song ‘Besharam Rang’.
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Shahrukh Khan movie faces a quarrel with the Home Minister in MP
The new protector of the religion and the Home Minister of Madhya Pradesh Narottam Mishra is on rage. He stated that Deepika’s bikini is objectionable and made by a polluted mindset. I wish politicians were this angered by polluted air. Mishra Ji made the work even easier by mentioning his true reason for hating Deepika.
In his statement, he said, ‘Deepika Padukone is a supporter of tukde tukde gang in JNU …scenes and costumes should be corrected otherwise film’s release in MP will be a matter of consideration’.
‘Why in BHAGWA?’
While Ram Kadam ji in Maharashtra demanded makers of the film explain why they did the Besharam song in saffron color. In his video, he said, ‘Isn’t it the responsibility of the movie’s director and producers to give an explanation? That is why the song ‘Besharam rang’ is in the saffron colour.
Saadhvi Pragya’s EXPLOSIVE warning to Shahrukh Khan
Sadhvi Pragya also demanded a boycott of the film. If you have any shame then you won’t watch this. If anybody insults saffron then their jaw will be broken and put in their hands. In her statement, Saadhvi ji said, ‘If anyone insults bhagwa, we are capable of breaking their jaw. We urge all Hindus to don’t any of his movies.’