Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor’s Bollywood film Brahmastra is releasing in theaters on September 9. Brahmastra’s team reached Ujjain to see Mahakal before release.
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Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra dismissed claims that Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt were barred from visiting the Mahakaleshwar temple in Ujjain. Narottam Mishra said Ayan Mukherjee visited the temple. At the same time, Alia and Ranveer were also asked to visit, but decided not to go to the temple due to the protests.
Let us tell you, Ranveer, Alia and Ayan Mukerji arrived in Ujjain on Tuesday, but due to a beef statement, there was a fierce protest against Ranveer and Alia outside the temple, due to which both of them could not see Mahakal.
No one can stop Ranveer and Alia
Talking to the media about not seeing Ranveer and Alia, Narottam Mishra said, I have spoken to the administration. He informed me that his arrival was arranged, but he decided not to visit. Could be a performance issue, but that’s a different topic. They were not prevented from visiting. Everyone from Ayan Mukherjee to others who came with him went to the temple. Artists should not use curse words that hurt people’s feelings.
Sharing the video of the media conference on his Twitter handle, Narottam Mishra captioned – The Ujjain administration arranged for film actor Ranbir Kapoor and actress Alia Bhatt’s Mahakal Baba darshan, but Ranbir and Alia themselves did not go despite requests from the administration. Go for a visit. However, artists should not use words that hurt people’s feelings.
The entire arrangements for the darshan of film actor Ranbir Kapoor and actress Alia Bhatt’s Mahakal Baba were made by the Ujjain administration, but Ranbir and Alia themselves did not go for the darshan despite the administration’s request.
However, artists should not use words that hurt people’s feelings. pic.twitter.com/uiWB2tf9Hj
— Dr Narottam Misra (@drnarottammisra) September 7, 2022
Let us tell you that Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor’s Bollywood film Brahmastra is going to hit the theaters on September 9. Before the release, Brahmastra’s team reached Ujjain to see the Mahakal, but on reaching the temple, Bajrang team workers started protesting. Bajrang Dal activists claimed they were peacefully protesting with black flags, but the police used water cannons. After that, the workers clashed with the police.