Exclusion campaign against the film ‘Thank God’! Madhya Pradesh minister demands ban

Madhya Pradesh Medical Education Minister Biswas Sarang has done this. Referring to the film showing a half-naked woman, he said it hurt the sentiments of Hindus. He wrote a letter to Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur demanding a ban on the film.

Allegations of playing with the faith of Hindus began Prohibition Film in its grip Thank God Also arrived. This campaign was started by Madhya Pradesh Medical Education Minister Biswas Sarang. Referring to the film showing a half-naked woman, he said it hurt the sentiments of Hindus. He wrote a letter to Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur demanding a ban on the film. He also uploaded his letter to the Center on social media. Which quickly started going viral.

He wrote in his letter that the filmmakers are deliberately including grossly offensive comments and obscene scenes about the gods and goddesses of Hindu society. More recently, Ajay Devgn and Siddharth Malhotra’s film Thank God similarly featured half-naked women. Not only this, apart from the adorable Chitragupta of the Kayastha society, many other gods and goddesses are made indecent comments in this film. There is deep anger in the Hindu society. He immediately stopped the release of this film and demanded a ban on it.

Allegations of playing with emotions to make the film a hit

Minister Biswas Sarang alleged that filmmakers can go to any extent to make their films a hit. In the past few days, it has been seen that filmmakers have deliberately made obscene comments against Hindu gods and goddesses in their films. But now the Hindu society has woken up. Many have opposed it, but now they need to be suppressed at the government level.

Chitragupta is shown walking behind the woman

In a letter to the Union Information and Broadcasting Minister, Biswa Sarang wrote that the trailer of Thank God has been released. It depicts Chitragupta, the worshipful deity of the Kayastha society, walking behind a half-naked woman. Based on this, Ajay Devgn was also seen making offensive comments. However, no response has been received from the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting in response to this letter.

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The movie will release soon

According to information, Ajay Devgn, Siddharth Malhotra, Rakul Preet Singh starrer Thank God is going to release soon. Based on the life of a common man, the film depicts some scenes between birth and death. In it a common man (Siddharth Malhotra) meets Chitragupta (Ajay Devgn) after his death.

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