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काली पोस्टर विवाद: ‘रामायण सीरियल के राम’ अरुण गोविल बोले- यह करोड़ों हिंदुओं की आस्था पर सीधा प्रहार

The reaction of Arun Govil, who played Lord Ram in Ramanand Sagars Ramayana, has also been expressed throughout the controversy. Arun Govil has targeted Leena without naming him through his tweet. Along with this, he has clearly said that such heinous crimes should be stopped immediately.

The controversy surrounding the poster for director Leena Manimekalai’s documentary Kaali does not take its name to stop. Not only this, many cases have also been filed against Leena Manimekalai for the poster of Kali in the country. India has taken up the matter with the Canadian authorities. The poster for the movie Kaali shows a woman in the middle of Maa Kali smoking a cigarette. He had a trefoil, seal and a flag from the LGBTQ plus community in his hand. This is the reason why there has been a lot of controversy in India regarding this poster of Maa Kali. Leena Manimekalai is also being criticized all over India.

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In the midst of all this, the reaction of Arun Govil, who played the role of Lord Ram in Ramanand Sagars Ramayana, has also come to light on this whole controversy. Arun Govil has targeted Leena without naming him through his tweet. Along with this, he has clearly said that such heinous crimes should be stopped immediately. In his tweet, Arun Govil wrote that the insult of Maa Kali is a gross insult to Hinduism, a direct attack on the faith of Hindus. Insults against Hindu deities and goddesses have become widespread in movies and commercials. Why and for how long is the Hindu religion insulted again and again? Such heinous crimes must be stopped immediately.

Aga Khan Museum removed the presentation of the documentary ‘Kali’

The Aga Khan Museum has said it deeply regrets that it has hurt the feelings of Hindu society and has removed the presentation of the documentary “Kali” following a request from the Indian Mission to remove all “offensive material” from the controversial film . Toronto-based filmmaker Leena Manimekalai shared the poster of her documentary Kali on Twitter on Saturday, which depicts the goddess Kali smoking and holding an LGBTQ flag in her hand. The poster was followed by a strong reaction on social media with the hashtag Arrest Leena Manimekalai. It was alleged that the filmmaker had hurt religious feelings.



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