Aamir Khan’s film ‘PK’ controversy: Protests ,burn posters & theatre vandalised

India 29 Dec 2014 : Activists of Hindutva  Bajrang Dal allegedly  vandalised theatres in Ahmedabad and demanded a ban on the screening of the Aamir Khan starrer.In Agra,Aamir Khan’s film ‘PK’ screening was disrupted by protestors who accused Aamir Khan of double standards and allegedly even asked him to move to Pakistan.Aamir Khan’s film ‘PK’ was also accused of propagating ‘love-jihad’ because of a romantic angle between the characters of Anushka Sharma and Sushant Singh Rajput in the film. There were numerous protests by activists of the Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) in different Indian cities including Jammu, Delhi, Mumbai, Bhopal, Agra and Ahmedabad.

Aamir Khan's film 'PK' controversy: Protests ,burn posters & theatre vandalised

Baba Ramdev has also condemned the film and accused it of promoting ‘objectionable content’. Demanding a ban on PK, he said that people associated with the film should be ostracised from society.

Hindutva body in it’s police complaint said that the story of this film is supporting the conceived notion of ‘Love Jihad’ and a Pakistani Muslim youth is being glorified in it.

It alleged that the purpose behind producing such a film is creating confusion in Hindus’ mind and urged the police to register a case of crimes under section 153 A, along with 295 A and 34 and this film should be immediately banned.

Hindu Legal Cell-Delhi had accused the film for showing Hindu gods in ‘bad light’.

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