Row over film ‘Thank God’: MP Minister seeks ban

Bhopal, Sep 21 (IANS) The debate over Ajay Devgan-Sidharth Malhotra starrer impending Hindi film – – ‘Say thanks to God’ – – has ejected in Madhya Pradesh too after a senior priest in the BJP-governed state requested a restriction on its delivery.

Vishwas Sarang, who is likewise the advanced education serve in Shivraj Singh Chouhan bureau, composed a letter to Association Priest of Data and Broadcasting Anurag Thakur and requested a restriction on the film.

In his letter, Sarang has asserted that the impending parody film ‘Say thanks to God’ has displayed an unseemly portrayal of Hindu Divine beings.

“In a new such occurrence, Ajay Devgan featuring in the film – ‘Say thanks to God’, Chitragupt, who is considered as the Lord of Kayastha people group, has been depicted with half-bare ladies and overly critical language has been utilized in the film. It has harmed the feelings of individuals of Kayastha people group the nation over and accordingly, this film ought to be prohibited,” the BJP serve wrote in his letter.

Sarang, who is the MLA from the Narela Gathering voting demographic in Bhopal, likewise has a place with Kayastha people group.

He likewise referenced in his letter that there has been a pattern in Bollywood to portray Hindu Divine beings and Goddess in off-base way, in this way harming the feelings of Hindus in the country.

Prior, a body of evidence was recorded against chief Indra Kumar, entertainers Ajay Devgan and Sidharth Malhotra, in a Jaunpur court Uttar Pradesh by legal counselor Himanshu Srivastava.

The solicitor’s assertion will be recorded on November 18. As indicated by the solicitor, the film’s trailer, which has been delivered, taunts religion and has harmed strict opinions.

‘Say thanks to God’ is a forthcoming family performer film which stars Ajay Devgan, Sidharth Malhotra and Rakul Preet Singh ahead of the pack job. The film is set to deliver in auditoriums on October 25, nonetheless, the debate arose after its true trailer was delivered as of late.