PIL demands ban of Aamir Khan’s ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’ for disrupting peace in Bengal | Hindi Movie News

Controversy continues over Aamir Khan’s ‘Lal Singh Chaddha’, the latest being a PIL (Public Interest Litigation) seeking a complete ban on the film. This PIL was filed in the Calcutta High Court by BJP leader and lawyer Nazia Elahi Khan. According to his petition, the film defames the Indian Army and hence he has sought a ban on the film claiming that it is “likely to disturb the peace”. She has also reportedly said that the screening of the film in cinema halls may disturb the law and order situation in the state and security should be deployed outside the cinema halls.

Earlier, members of the Sanatan Rakshak Sena protested against the film in a mall in Varanasi. State President of Sanatan Rakshak Sena Chandra Prakash Singh said that after watching Aamir Khan’s last film ‘PK’, it was clear that the actor makes fun of Hindu gods and goddesses and makes unflattering remarks on them. The organization appealed to the people not to watch the film and also gave a memorandum to the station in-charge of Bhelupur.

‘Lal Singh Chaddha’ directed by Advait Chandan is a remake of Hollywood film ‘Forrest Gump’. Reacting to the boycott trend, Aamir had earlier said, “I feel sad. At the same time, I am also sad that some people who are saying this, believe in their heart that I am someone who does not like India. They believe in their heart, but it is untrue. It’s unfortunate that some people feel that way. that’s not it. Please don’t boycott my film. Please watch my film.” At the end of its second weekend, ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’ has earned Rs 55 crore at the box office.


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